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Alan Batterham
Professor of Exercise Science in the School of Health and Social Care at Teesside University.
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Alan Batterham Jul 21
I have no issue with that statement, if the context demands it. Different alpha might be appropriate for regulatory settings, safety studies, etc.
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Alan Batterham Jul 21
It's a step forward. The omission from your summary is "...when neither the protocol nor the statistical analysis plan has specified methods used to adjust for multiplicity." They state: "...we do not believe that P values and significance tests should be eliminated altogether."
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Alan Batterham Jul 20
Enjoy! Had a fantastic time in Cape Town at a conference a few years ago. Hiked the India Venster route up Table Mountain with - magnificent city.
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Alan Batterham Jul 18
Replying to @DurhamLanePri
7 years of fun, friendship, laughter, and learning. Thank you
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Alan Batterham Jul 16
Congratulations, Phil!
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Dr Vic McGowan Jul 15
"If everyone followed Public Health England’s eating advice, people in the bottom decile of household income would spend 74 per cent of their income on food.. there’s not much point telling them follow the healthy eating advice they can’t afford"
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Alan Batterham Jul 14
Replying to @mackinprof
Cheers Stuart 👍
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Alan Batterham Jul 14
Replying to @mackinprof
Probably the most dramatic sporting climax I’ve seen. Whole family screaming and heard the same from the neighbours..
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Alan Batterham Jul 14
Replying to @mackinprof
An extraordinary day - the cricket and tennis were coming to a climax at similar times - I had one tv in the sitting room and one in the kitchen and stood where I could see both with rapid head turning 😀
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Alan Batterham Jul 14
Replying to @mackinprof
Indeed, Stuart. I’ve been juggling the Cricket World Cup, Wimbledon, the F1 British Grand Prix, and the Netball World Cup - my TV and remote control are worn out, as am I 😀👍
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Alan Batterham Jul 9
Congrats on what I hear was a brilliant viva voce defence for PhD. Well done!
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Alan Batterham Jul 9
Welcome Kieran! We have some wonderful people here, and it’s a great area to live. My wife and I are both Southerners, but we’ve been up here since 2005 and our daughter was born on Teesside (she’s now 11). We have some outstanding impact, too 😀👍 Look forward to meeting you..
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Alan Batterham Jul 6
Replying to @GregTees
Absolute melts - totally inappropriate, Greg 😡
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Naomi Burn Jul 3
One for the early 🐦 tomorrow. I will be presenting my PhD research exploring the effects of a workplace based intervention at 8am in the Panorama hall
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Alan Batterham Jun 25
I’ve booked a plumber as well, just in case...
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Alan Batterham Jun 25
The funniest thing to me is that you install toilet seats frequently enough to use the word ‘usual’ - how many toilets do you have? 😀
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Alan Batterham Jun 25
Impact right there for somebody
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Alan Batterham Jun 25
Nurse! He’s got out of bed again. 😀
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Alan Batterham Jun 25
Great discussion over breakfast with on individual monitoring of athletes. His upcoming talk at pre-conference performance symposium will be insightful - I’m sorry to be missing it. Awesome speaker line up.
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Alan Batterham Jun 18
Replying to @DrMarkBurnley
Me, too, Mark - caused so much distress to so many good people.
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