George J. Knafl, Ph.D.
I have taught the doctoral nursing courses: Nursing 976 Advanced Issues in Sampling and Design for Nursing Research and Nursing 981 Longitudinal Methods and Analysis.
My research involves the development of new statistical methods and the application of those new methods together with existing methods to the analysis of health science data. My research interests include adaptive methods for statistical model selection, modeling and analysis of electronic monitoring data, modeling and analysis of family data, statistical evaluation of survey instruments, and applications of statistics to nursing research. For more details on selected projects, see research. For tools developed as part of this research, see software.