Master Epidemiology
1 year (MSc)


From molecular level, to patients, to entire populations and policy level: epidemiology is a cornerstone in analysing community and clinical health problems and designing interventions and prevention programmes.
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Master Health Sciences Research
2 years (MSc)


This master might be the stepping stone to your professional research career. Research is the cornerstone of evidence-based practice in health sciences and healthcare. This programme offers education on Epidemiology, Health Technology Assessment, Qualitative Research and Ethics.
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Short Courses
accreditation


Most courses of the masters Epidemiology and Health Sciences Research are also open for PhD students and other health professionals wishing to maintain and improve their knowledge of public health. Courses in epidemiology and health technology assessment are open against attractive prices and can be followed as a full masters module.
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upcoming short courses

EPI4920 - Introduction to Epidemiology


The course Introduction to Epidemiology is the first module in the Master of Epidemiology and the Health Sciences Research Master (HRSM) and will take place within a 5-day period in which the participants will be acquainted with the basic principles of epidemiological research.

28 August - 1 September 2017

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EPI4921 - Observational research


This module elaborates on theoretical and practical aspects of observational research, in particular aspects of design and analysis. Moreover, quantification of a number of methodological phenomena, such as confounding and effect modification will be discussed.

4 September - 27 October 2017

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EPI4922 - Intervention Research in Health Care


This module will focus on experimental research in human beings outside the laboratory.

4 September - 27 October 2017 (on Fridays)

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M. Quaak, MSc, the Netherlands

“At the Department of Primary Health Care many forms of smoking cessation therapy are tested to determine their efficacy in helping smokers to quit. However, recent research strongly suggests that a specific genetic background is associated with smoking addiction and...  MORE >


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