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Importance of Statistics in TCM / How to do Research: Approach & Methods

April 19, 2019

Organisers/主办机构: NTU Chinese Medicine Clinic/ 南大中医

Area of focus: Traditional Chinese Medicine


Open to: TCM physicians only/ 只限中医师

Date/日期: 4th May 2019 / 2019年5月4日


Time/时间: 10am - 5pm

Venue/ 地点: Nanyang Technological University, School of Biological Sciences, NTU Chinese Medicine Clinic, Teaching Lab, 60 Nanyang Drive SBS-01s-68, Singapore 637551 (Map)

Mode of course: Lesson

Medium: English


南大中医双学位毕业生/ NTU Graduates: 1 Session: $25; 2 Sessions $40

其他新加坡注册医师/ Other TCM Physicians: 1 Session: $50; 2 Sessions $80


CPE points/ 继续教育学分: 3 points per lesson


Speaker/ 主讲者: Dr Hui Tak Kee


  • PhD in Statistics, University of Toronto, 1983

  • Visiting Professor to various Universities in Asia

  • Chairman of Academic Board of China-Singapore International Exchange Centre

  • Member of Directors of Executive Board of Jimei University, School of Business Administration, Xiamen, China


Overview/ 内容: 


Importance of Statistics in TCM

It is important for researchers to understand statistics so that they can effectively use of the collected information to make the appropriate decisions. This talk aims to highlight the importance of statistical analysis needed in order to have the paper published in the journal.


How to do Research: Approach & Methods

The main purpose of research is to discover answers through the application of scientific procedures. There are two basic approaches – qualitative and quantitative. To support the hypotheses,  literature reviews, questionnaires and sample collection play critical roles. This talk will also highlight on the format of a proper report write-up.


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