The national network for research training in public health, GRASPH, organizes a Summer School once a year. The Danish universities take turns to organize the meeting. In 2017, Aarhus University is responsible for the meeting.
The 2017 Summer School will be held on 17-18 May 2017 as a residential course at Comwell Klarskovgaard, in a beautiful setting close to Korsør.
Both PhD students and their supervisors are invited. This is the 11th time this meeting will be held. The meeting is rich in tradition and the basic concept has remained unchanged throughout the years.
The programme alternates between plenary lectures and parallel sessions of student presentations. The plenary lectures can relate to matters of general interest and/or to specialized subjects within public health research.
Each PhD student has 30 minutes for presentation of their project and the following general discussion. A supervisor and some other students will be asked to prepare feedback. This is a chance for you as a PhD student to discuss any challenges or problems you have with your project and to hear about the problems experienced by other students. The event also gives supervisors the opportunity to get updated on what is going on in the different research environments.
The organizing committee comprises one senior researcher and one PhD student from each of the participating universities. GRASPH finances the course, so PhD students need only to pay for the transport. The GRASPH Summer School counts for 1.0 ECTS point.
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