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PhD courses - overview - upcoming courses

Please apply for enrolment in courses here
You can apply for all the courses in the list
- if a course does not figure in the list - it is fully booked!

"at SIF" means that the course will be conducted
at the National Institute of Public Health in Copenhagen.


 

 

2018

 

September

6/9, 13/9, 20/9, 27/9, 2/10 (& exam 3-10/10)

Biostatistics I
(Graduate Programme in Public Health)

10-14/9(in Norway) & 28/1 - 1/2 (in DK)

NORDFORSK - Register-based epidemiology
(Graduate Programme in Public Health in
cooperation with Oslo University)

 

10/9+ 12/9+9/10+11/10

Principles and tools for valid quantitative data
 – defend your hypothesis not your data

(Graduate Programme in Public Health)

 17-21/9

Molecular Methods in Cancer Biology/Basic Cancer Biology
(Graduate programme in Haematology & Oncology)

26/9 & 4/10

Responsible conduct of research
(Graduate Programme in Public Health)

 

October

 

2-4/10

Mouse Surgery
(Graduate Programme in Clinical Research)

4-5/10 & 2/11 - at SIF in Copenhagen

Analytical work in qualitative and ethnographic health research
(Graduate Programme in Public Health)

8/10-16/11

Laboratory Animal Science B
(Graduate Programme in Clinical Research)

11/10, 25/10, 1/11, 8/11 & exam 18/12 & 19/12

Biostatistics II
(Graduate Programme in Public Health)

 Applied spatial epidemiology
(Graduate Programme in Public Health)

 22-26/10

Flow cytometry and cell sorting
(Graduate Programme in Immunology, Allergology, Micro Biology & Disease)

23-24/10

Using news media and social media to increase the awareness and dissemination of your research
(Graduate Programme in Physical Activity & Musculoskeletal Health)

 

24-25/10

Cultural analysis in the health sciences
(Graduate Programme in Physical Activity & Musculoskeletal Health)

 24-25/10 & 6/12

Patient and public involvement in research
(Graduate Programme in Public Health)

29/10 - 2/11

Experimental micro- and macrosurgical techniques

(Graduate Programme in Clinical Research)

 30/10, 6/11, 13/11 & 20/11

Academic writing for qualitative health researchers
(Graduate Programme in Public Health)

 
 

November

 1/11

Introduction to Health Research
(Graduate Programme in Public Health)

 

1-2/11

English grammar in context
(Graduate Programme in Clinical Research)

 5-9/11

Muscle metabolism and E-C coupling
(Graduate Programme in Physical Activity & Musculoskeletal Health)

 

 7-8/11

Narrative methods in movement and health research
(Graduate Programme in Physical Activity & Musculoskeletal Health)

 12/11 & 6/12

Publication quality output from Stata
(Graduate programme in Haematology & Oncology)

 

13-15/11 +4/12

Datamanagement plan and responsible handling of research data
(Graduate Programme in Clinical Research) 

19-21/11

Randomized controlled trial in health sciences
(Graduate Programme in Physical Activity & Musculoskeletal Health)

 

19-23/11

Laboratory Animal Science, EU ABD Function
(Graduate Programme in Clinical Research)

 

26-29/11

An introduction to systematic review and meta-analysis
(Graduate Programme in Clinical Research)

 26-30/11

Economic Evaluation in Health Care
(Graduate Programme in Public Health)

28/11

Systematic literature search
(Graduate Programme in Clinical Research)

 
 

December

10/12

How to write an abstract
(Graduate Programme in Clinical Research)

 
 

11-14/12 

How to write an article 
(Graduate Programme in Clinical Research)

17/12

Systematic critical literature review
(Graduate Programme in Clinical Research)

 
 
 

2019

January

 16-17/1

Advanced statistical methods in Biomedicine
(Graduate Programme in Public Health)

 31/1

Introduction to STATA
(Graduate Programme in Public Health)

 

February

 

7/2, 21/2, 28/2, 7/3, 12/3 & exam 13-20/3

Biostatistics I
(Graduate Programme in Public Health)

March

21/3, 28/3, 4/4, 11/4 & exam  21/5 & 22/5

Biostatistics II
(Graduate Programme in Public Health)

 
 

April

May

 3/5, 6/5 & 8/5

Introduction to Quantitative Bias Analysis to Epidemiologic Data
(Graduate Programme in Public Health)

June

 10/6 - 13/6

Analysis of microarray gene expression data
(Graduate Programme in Public Health)

 

July

 

August

23/8, 26/8 & 28/8

 Which covariates to adjust for:
An introduction to directed acyclic graphs

(Graduate Programme in Public Health)

 

27/8

Introduction to STATA
(Graduate Programme in Public Health)

 

 

 

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