In our tightly wired world, business executives make decisions under pressure. Almost always, these decisions must be made with less than complete information. This course is about how to effectively use data that is currently available (or can be obtained within a reasonable time frame and cost) to improve business decision-making. We will use business examples from functional areas such as finance, marketing, human resources, and operations to illustrate the role of data analysis in decision making. This course is not designed to be a dry sleepy-time set of abstract, mathematical lectures. My goal is to make statistics come alive in the context of life and in the context of real business problems demanding solution.
These Video lectures are released between 2010-2012 by Emergency Medicine residency program in University of California-Irvine. Needless to say; all specialties in medicine have a connection to Emergency Medicine, and these videos or at least some of them will be useful for medical students, general practioners, and any other medical field specialist.
Welcome to Clinical Problem Solving, offered by the University of California, San Francisco, on Coursera. This course will examine the ways physicians think about clinical problem solving and will help participants develop competence in the building blocks of clinical problem solving. The professor will use cases to illustrate different reasoning strategies and will discuss how both correct and incorrect diagnoses result from these strategies. Participants will use sample clinical cases to practice what they have learned through the lectures. Finally, the professor will discuss strategies to help students and young physicians read textbooks and articles in a way that enhances their ability to use information in the clinical environment.
Lectures on Operating Systems and System Programming from University of California, Berkeley.