Bayesian Latent Class models for diagnostic test evaluation and true prevalence estimation

Bayesian Latent Class models for diagnostic test evaluation and true prevalence estimation

20 September, 2021 
- 22 September, 2021
Venue: Geopolis Campus, Larissa-Trikala ring-road, Larissa, 41500, Greece

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The Action members from Greece are organizing a three-day training school, hosted in Larissa, Greece [20 – 22 September  2021].

Polychronis Kostoulas, Eleftherios Meletis, Konstantinos Pateras and Konstantinos Tsiamis are organizing a three-day training school.

Topic “Bayesian Latent Class models for diagnostic test evaluation and true prevalence estimation”

Location: Geopolis Campus, Larissa-Trikala ring-road, Larissa, 41500, Greece (https://goo.gl/maps/JbePeKupVt9u6jMy5
Date: 20-22 September 2021

The training school is going to be delivered with physical presence and all eligible physically attending participants will be reimbursed according to COST rules. The Action’s MC has decided that Action members (MC members/substitutes, WG members) have a priority to join/register over non-Action-members. 

Registration details
Where to Register: https://forms.gle/XxZiRNXo2NYBRSGB7
Deadline for registration: Wednesday 1 September 2021
SOS – Number of participants: 25

You can find more details on the training school in the attached agenda
Please do not hesitate to contact Eleftherios Meletis (emeletis@outlook.com) or Polychronis Kostoulas (pkost@uth.gr) for any further clarifications.

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