Join Prof. Richard Riley as he discusses the most common issues encountered during statistical peer review at The BMJ, and explains how to avoid these problems in your articles. Notable issues include a poorly defined research question, mishandling of continuous variables and missing data, and incomplete reporting or spin.


Prof. Riley will give a 25 min talk on the main statistical issues encountered during peer review of articles at the BMJ, followed by a 15 min Q&A session.


Trainees and specialists in haematology


  • Prof. Richard Riley, professor of biostatistics, University of Birmingham, and chief statistics editor for the BMJ and BMJ Medicine.

Hosted by Dr Richard Buka, Chair of HaemSTAR, and haematology registrar currently working on his PhD at the University of Birmingham.

  • 08:30 - 10/05/2024 to 09:15 - 10/05/2024
  • Virtual event, United Kingdom