This free 1-hour masterclass with Anthony Manning-Stanley is focussed on quantitative data analysis for research papers.

This masterclass is part of a series of events by the QNI’s Community Nursing Research Forum and is open to all community nurses interested in research.

At the masterclass, speaker Anthony Manning-Stanley introduces and discusses the main concepts related to working with numerical data in research projects. Starting with an exploration of some basic definitions of data types and how we treat these in order to produce various descriptive statistics, the discussion then moves on to consider the inferential statistical tests that can be conducted in order to reach conclusions related to statistical significance. Towards the end of the session we discuss a brief case study to demonstrate working with quantitative data in action, with a walk-through of the various stages and decisions in the data analysis process.

 About the speaker

Anthony Manning-Stanley previously worked as an Advanced Practice Reporting Radiographer in the NHS before moving into higher education, and now works for the University of Liverpool as Director of Studies and Lecturer for the Diagnostic Radiography degree programme. He has an MSc in advanced practice in healthcare, and has authored/co-authored a number of papers employing quantitative data analysis methods. He has also previously facilitated quantitative research methods workshops for AHPs in the higher education setting.

Summary of the masterclass

Read it here:  Masterclass summary – Introduction to quantitative data analysis June 2023

Other masterclasses in the series

Watch all previous masterclasses here.

Event details

Date and time

14 June 2023
1-2.15 pm


Online via Zoom

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