Residential 3-week Summer Course, 18 June – 6 July 2018
The three-week course (9 ECTS) of the 2018 edition will cover the following areas. Week 1 introduces basic epidemiological concepts and study designs, and covers the fundamentals of statistical methods in epidemiology. Week 2 covers study designs in-depth, introduces the common regression models in epidemiology (logistic, Cox, Poisson) and gives students the opportunity to practice the analysis of epidemiological datasets using the Stata statistical package. Week 3 offers a choice of modules, for example advanced topics in statistical analysis, advanced topics in epidemiology, environmental epidemiology, clinical epidemiology, genetic epidemiology, causal inference methods. Students indicate their choice of modules for the third week when registering for the course.
This course is a lively mixture of methodological lectures, guest lectures on special topics, and practical exercises. It provides an overview of epidemiological methods, the core concepts of epidemiological thinking, and allows students to acquire skills in the analysis of epidemiological data. Students with some basic knowledge of epidemiological and statistical methods will benefit most from the course. All students must have good working knowledge of written and spoken English.
Pre-Course week (can be attended independently from the 3-week residential course), 11 – 15 June, 2018
Course on “GIS (Geographic Information Systems) in Epidemiology”
Dates: 9am to 5pm, Tue 12 to Fri 15 June 2018 (4 full days)
Faculty: Dr. Danielle Vienneau and Dr. Kees de Hoogh
Department of Epidemiology and Public Health, SwissTPH, University of Basel
Course on “Principles of prevention: revisiting population and individual approaches in the ‘omics’ and big data era”
Dates: 9am to 5pm, Mon 11 to Fri 15 June 2018 (5 full days)
Faculty: Dr. Rodolfo Saracci
International Agency for Research on cancer (AIRC), Lyon, France
Course on “Modern methods in occupational epidemiology”
Dates: 9am to 6pm, Mon 11 to Fri 15 June 2018 (5 full days)
Faculty: Dr. Manolis Kogevinas, Dr. Michelle Turner, and Dr. Neil Pearce
Barcelona Institute for Global Health, Barcelona, Spain, and London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, London, UK.
Course on “Geo-spatial methods for global health applications”
Dates: 9am to 6pm, Mon 11 to Thu 14 June 2018 (4 full days)
Faculty: Dr. Annibale Biggeri, and Dr. Emanuele Giorgi
University of Florence, Florence, Italy, and Lancaster University, Lancaster, UK.
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