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Introduction to Epidemiology
This course will provide you with insights into the basic terminology and principles of epidemiology. These range from the history and design of epidemiological research to the different measures of frequency and association.
Systematic Reviews in Intervention Research (online)
Systematic reviews use a systematic and transparent approach to identify all relevant articles, appraise the risk of bias, examine sources of variation, and, if appropriate, meta-analyse the results of the primary studies.
Clinical Epidemiology (MOOC)
Species-specific Laboratory Animal Science course Poultry and other birds
The Species-specific Laboratory Animal Science course poultry and other birds is intended for researchers who are going to plan and perform animal experiments using poultry and other birds (ex. Art. 9. Wod). You need two certificates: the basic certificate from the introduction course AND a species-specific course.
Species-specific Laboratory Animal Science course pigs
The Species-specific Laboratory Animal Science course pigs is intended for researchers who are going to plan and perform animal experiments using rodents and rabbits (ex. Art. 9. Wod). You need two certificates: the basic certificate from the introduction course AND a species-specific course.
MSc Epidemiology Post Graduate
Make a difference in health care. With evidence-based medicine setting new standards, highly trained academic specialists are needed for the design, data collection, analysis and interpretation of epidemiological and health research. You can become an expert in this growing field by joining our globally oriented postgraduate programme.
Thematic Interdisciplinary Challenge (TIC)
MSc Epidemiology Post Graduate Online
This globally oriented program focuses on competencies that you need as an epidemiologist: it offers plenty of attention for research but not just as a researcher - it also enables you to judge research and implement results from research.
Optimaliseren voeding en beweging bij kankerpatiënten
Hoe kan je de meest recente inzichten uit onderzoek over voeding en beweging bij kankerpatiënten omzetten in praktijkgerichte oplossingen die een positief effect hebben op de leefstijl van je patiënt?
Gezondheidswetenschappen voor Zorgprofessionals
In the biosciences, response variables are often observed more than once per individual. This enables the researcher to study the development of the variable of interest within individuals, thereby eliminating the variation among individuals, and thus increasing the power of the design. However, since observations on the same individual are almost always correlated, special methods are needed to deal with this dependence.
Micromaster Clinical Research skills
During this 10 EC micromaster program, offered by the MSc Epidemiology program of Utrecht University and Utrecht University Medical Center, you will learn the principles and methods of clinical epidemiology and data analysis.
Introduction to Statistics
Our Introduction to Statistics course will provide you with a basic understanding of statistics. Geared towards people studying and working in the health domain, the course will enable you to interpret research data, and to explain and use different types of variables.
Study Design in Etiologic Research
This course is a core component of any Master’s degree in Epidemiology, and is also key to being able to follow specialized courses in epidemiology. It is focused on observational studies for etiologic research. Its aim is for you to learn about the principles and practice of cohort, case-control and cross-sectional studies.
Classical Methods in Data Analysis (online)
Topics are: types of data, location and variability measures, samples and populations, distributions, confidence intervals, hypothesis testing, comparing two or more means or proportions (parametric and non-parametric methods), and relationships between two variables (correlation, simple linear regression).
Modern Methods in Data Analysis (online)
The course will begin with an introduction to likelihood theory, using simple examples and a minimum of mathematics. You will then move to learning about the most important regression models used in medical research. These include logistic regression, Poisson regression, analysis of event history data, and the Cox proportional hazards regression model.
Prognostic Research (face to face)
Systematic Reviews of Diagnostic Studies (online)
In this course we discuss and practice the methods to assess the methodological quality of primary diagnostic test accuracy studies (QUADAS-2 instrument), the statistical models to meta-analyze the paired measures of test accuracy (bivariate meta-regression model of sensitivity and specificity), and how to critically read and interpret the findings of systematic review of diagnostic studies.
Cardiovascular Epidemiology (online)
The objective of this online medical course is to provide you with insights into the principles of cardiovascular disease (CVD) epidemiology and the important issues that are involved – plus a lot more besides. Unlike many other courses that only go into one particular topic in depth, this course will enable you to ‘zoom out’ from your own direct research in order to look at the bigger picture.
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