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Principles of Research in Medicine and Epidemiology [ESP01]

Course highlights

EC points

0.7

Start date

3 August 2020

End date

7 August 2020

Course days

Monday to Friday (5 mornings)

Course time

From 8:45 till 11:45 CEST

Faculty

Prof. Arfan Ikram

Course fee

€ 490

Location

Online

Level

Introductory

Prerequisites

None

Disciplines

  • Epidemiology
  • Clinical Epidemiology
  • Clinical Research

Course Materials

Online, download instructions will be sent before the start of the course, by e-mail.

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Description

Faculty: Prof. Arfan Ikram, MD PhD


This course will provide an orientation to medical research from a quantitative and epidemiological viewpoint. The course will give an introduction to the design of clinical and public health research, and it will discuss measures of disease frequency and association, and the validity of research in medicine. It will give an overview of elements of data-analysis.

Teaching methods:
Interactive lectures, exercises, practicals


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Objectives

  • Understanding the design and data-analysis of clinical and public health research.
  • Gaining insight in measures of disease frequency and association, and the validity of research in medicine.

Participant profile

Those interested in quantitative topics in clinical research, public health research and epidemiology.

Assessment

Attendance