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PhD courses - overview - upcoming courses

Please apply for enrolment in courses here
You can apply for all the courses on the list
- if a course does not figure on the list, both the course and the waiting list are fully booked!

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

 PLEASE NOTE:

Introduction to health research

You are automatically signed up for the first upcoming course after your enrollment as a PhD student. You will get a notice by e-mail.

If you are already enrolled, but haven't completed this course, please write to phd@health.sdu.dk for sign up.


2020 

 

September

 

 14/9 - 19/10 - at SIF!

Analysis of Observational Studies
(Graduate Programme in Public Health)

17/9,  24/9, 1/10, 8/10 & 20/10 +  exam 21-28/10

This course will be held online!

Biostatistics I
(Graduate Programme in Public Health)

October 

12/10-27/11

Laboratory Animal Science - Supplementing online course
(Graduate Programme in Clinical Research) 

19-22/10

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

20/10 & 27/10

This course will be held online!

Responsible conduct of research
(Graduate Programme in Clinical Research)

 20-22/10 + 16/11

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

20-23/10

Flow cytometry and cell sorting
(Graduate programme in Immunology, Allergology, Microbiology and Disease)

21-23/10

Sensorbased physical activity data and the use of compositional data analysis (CoDA) in time-use epidemiology 
(Graduate Programme in Physical Activity and Musculoskeletal Health)

23/10

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

 26/20, 2/11 , 5/11 & 11/11

Principles and tools for valid quantitative data  – defend your hypothesis not your data
(Graduate Programme in Public Health)

 26-30/10

Experimental microsurgical techniques in the rat
(Graduate Programme in Clinical Research)

26-30/10 

Molecular Cancer Biology
(Graduate Programme in Haematology & Oncology)

27-28/10

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

 29/10,  5/11, 12/11, 19/11 + exam 15-16/12

This course will be conducted online!

Biostatistics II
(Graduate Programme in Public Health)

 

November

2-7/11

CANCELLED! 
Postponed to 2021.

Assessment and evaluation of human muscle, nervous system and tendon‐aponeurosis function in sports science, clinical science and aging
(Graduate Programme in Physical Activity and Musculoskeletal Health)

 3/11 + 2/12

Funding for Research
(Graduate Programme in Clinical Research)

 4/11

Systematic literature search
(Graduate Programme in Clinical Research)

09-10/11

English grammar in context
(Graduate Programme in Clinical Research) 

  25-26/11

REDCap databases for clinical research
(Graduate Programme in Clinical Research)

25/11 & 2/12

Survival Analysis
(Graduate Programme in Public Health)

30/11-2/12

Randomized controlled trials in health sciences - why and how to run a high-quality trial

(Graduate Programme in Physical Activity and Musculoskeletal Health)

 

December

 7-10/12

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

 15 + 17/12

English grammar in context (online!)

(Graduate Programme in Clinical Research)

17/12

An introduction to systematic reviews
(Graduate Programme in Clinical Research) 

2021

January

12/1 & 19/1

Responsible conduct of research
(Graduate Programme in Clinical Research)

19-20/1  2021

Advanced Biostatistical methods in Health Sciences,
– a bootcamp course

(Graduate Programme in Public Health)

 22/1 & 28/1

Introduction to STATA 
(Graduate Programme in Public Health)

 

February

 3-4/2

AI Statistical Learners in Health Science 
(Graduate Programme in Public Health)

 25/2, 4/3, 11/3, 18/3 & 23/3

Biostatistics I
(Graduate Programme in Public Health)

 

March

 8/3-12/3

Register-based Epidemiology
(Graduate Programme in Public Health)

 9/3 & 16/3

Responsible conduct of research
(Graduate Programme in Clinical Research)

 15/3 - 19/3

Writing retreat for PhD students in Public Health
(Graduate Programme in Public Health)

 

 

April

8/4, 15/4, 22/4, 29/4 (+ exam 21/5 & 22/5)

Biostatistics II
(Graduate Programme in Public Health)

12-16/4

Introduction to estimation of the causal effects in an observational study and g-methods
(Graduate Programme in Public Health)

 13/4 & 27/4

HEY YOU, LET ME TELL YOU ABOUT MY RESEARCH!
(Graduate Programme in Public Health)

26-30/4

Health Economic Evaluation Based on Clinical Trials
(Graduate Programme in Public Health)

 May

 3/5 - 7/5

Analysis of twin data in health research
(Graduate Programme in Public Health)

 

3/5, 6/5, 10/5 & 12/5

Principles and tools for valid quantitative data  – defend your hypothesis not your data
(Graduate Programme in Public Health)

 19/5 & 20/5

Introduction to "R"
(Graduate Programme in Public Health)

 June

 

 July

 

 August

 23/8, 25/8  & 26/8

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

(Graduate Programme in Public Health)

 September

 

October 

 

November 

 9/11 - 11/11

Analysis of qualitative data; 
Introduction and "hands on" with a phenomenological-hermeneutical approach inspired by Paul Ricoeurs interpretation theory

(Graduate Programme in Public Health)

 

December