Bayesian Disease Mapping is a 4-day course and half day tutorial presented by Professor Andrew B. Lawson of the Medical University of South Carolina, and hosted at The Centre for Population Health Science at The University of Edinburgh.
This course has previously been offered in the USA, Canada, Australia and Denmark and is usually oversubscribed. The two modules will provide a comprehensive introduction to the area of Bayesian Disease Mapping in applications to Public Health and Epidemiology, as well as covering more advanced mapping methods using both R and WinBUGS software.
Standard rate - £800.00 GBP
Academic/Charity rate - £720.00 GBP
Introductory Module only - £495.00 GBP
Advanced Module only - £460.00 GBP
Registration includes comprehensive notes, full catering on all days and a certificate of completion from 'The University of Edinburgh'. Rates for the Full Course and the Introductory Module also include a copy of 'Bayesian Disease Mapping: Hierarchical Modeling in Spatial Epidemiology (A.Lawson)'
More information: http://www.lifelong.ed.ac.uk/bayesian