I have been managing research data since 1999 in both multinational pharma and clinical research organizations.
I have managed all aspects of the data management function from database development, data validation and cleaning, system validation, data entry, data analysis and report writing using descriptive statistical methods.
I understand the value and importance of obtaining high quality data within the bounds of a budget.
As well as managing data, I have written proposals and developed standard operating procedures.
I am an extremely detail oriented, independent, organised person who is self-motivated and disciplined.
Tesla has done a great job creating from scratch quite specific and complicated time recording database. She took time to understand my needs and came up with excellent solutions.
Very professionally she provided full instructions on how all should work and why tables and forms were created so I could easily understand and test everything. All terms were agreed beforehand and followed through. I was aware at all times what she is working on and when the results could be expected.
I can truly recommend her for Access, Excel, VBA, data analysis and other work.
The course is designed to develop basic competence in conceptualizing human science research, designing simple research and applying basic techniques in measurement and analysis of research data.
SAS Programming I: Essentials
SAS Institute - South Africa
Certificate Number: PROG1-009
• Getting started with the SAS System
• Importing Raw Data & Creating Basic Reports
• Importing and Transforming Raw Data & Creating Graphical Reports
• Reading & Manipulating SAS Data Sets & Creating Detailed Reports
• Concatenating SAS Data Sets & Creating Summary Reports
• Merging SAS Data Sets & Creating HTML Reports
Antimicrobial susceptibility of organisms causing community-acquired UTI’s in Gauteng Province, SA
South African Medical Journal
June 2013, Vol. 103, No. 6 SAMJ:
We conducted a multi-centre cross-sectional study to determine the prevalence and antimicrobial-resistance profile of bacteria causing community-acquired UTIs in 200 women. In keeping with the existing literature, most bacterial isolates were GNB including E. coli, which accounted for 80% of bacterial isolates. The UTI pathogens tested were most susceptible to fluoroquinolones, cephalosporins, fosfomycin and nitrofurantoin.