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Clinical Epidemiology (f2f)

In clinical epidemiology, research is focused on questions of diagnosis, prognosis, treatment and etiology. To address these questions, several research options are available, including intervention trials and case-control studies using data obtained in a clinical setting.

Clinical Epidemiology (online)

This course focuses on the principles and practice of clinical epidemiology, and elaborates on examples from relevant literature.

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.

Cardiovascular Epidemiology

The objective of the course is to provide the participant with insight in the principles and important issues of cardiovascular disease epidemiology. Topics that will be covered are: - Atherosclerosis, the underlying pathology for the most common cardiovascular diseases; - Risk factors for cardiovascular disease; - Worldwide trends in cardiovascular disease morbidity and mortality;

Advanced Topics in Causal Research (online)

This course offers an introduction to causal epidemiological research from a modern perspective. We begin by covering a framework and language that enables us to make a large variety of causal research goals explicit. These include goals relating to mediation, effect modification, interaction, and the effects of time-fixed or time-varying treatments.

Beeld- en Didactisch Coachen (opleiding)

In de opleiding Beeld- en Didactisch Coachen worden de basisvaardigheden van didactisch coachen geïntegreerd met Beeldcoaching.

Research planning and time management

Training for PhD students to improve planning and time management skills.

Leergang Social Intrapreneurship - scaling up social impact

Leergang voor ambitieuze social intrapreneurs die meer sociale impact willen maken.

Opleiding Specialisatie Strafrecht

De opleiding behandelt het brede spectrum van het formele en materiële strafrecht, de internationale (Europese)- en EVRM aspecten.

Kijken met een andere bril naar D&I-beleid

Deze masterclass leert HR-professionals en D&I-officers op een systematische en evidence-based manier naar hun beleid te kijken.

Kleinschalig onderzoek in de school

In deze cursus ga je als leraar een kleinschalig onderzoek in jouw school opzetten en uitvoeren en je betrekt daar je collega’s bij. Dit onderzoek is praktijkgericht en onderwijskundig/pedagogisch van aard.

Advanced Topics in Causal Research: Confounding and Effect Modification

This course will address two important topics in causal epidemiologic research, namely confounding and effect modification. These topics will be discussed in the context of both etiologic research and observational intervention research. Effect modification and confounding are difficult concepts to understand and often mixed up. In this course the theory as well as the practical side of these issues will be discussed.

Advanced Diagnostic Research

Diagnostic research in the past focused particularly on estimating the sensitivity and specificity of individual diagnostic tests. This course will demonstrate that this so called ‘test research’ is not necessarily the same as diagnostic research. Furthermore, we will widen the horizon by proposing modern methods of diagnostic research and data analysis in which a patient’s test result can and should be considered in the context of other patient characteristics or test results.

Advanced Diagnostic Research (online)

Diagnostic research in the past focused particularly on estimating the sensitivity and specificity of individual diagnostic tests. This online medical course will demonstrate that this so called ‘test research’ is not necessarily the same as diagnostic research.

Writing Research Proposals for Epidemiologists

Today, English is the main - and most widely internationally accepted - language used for writing research proposals, yet not everyone is academically fluent in English. Even native English speakers can often benefit from improving their English academic writing skills, the lack of which can lead to lack of clarity, confusion and rejection. In other words, the quality of the English used can make or break your research proposal.

Presenting Your Research Confidently

Have you ever wondered how you can present your research results in a more confident manner? In this course you will learn how to improve both your preparation and your presentation skills. You will discover how to design your visuals in the clearest and most appropriate way, structure your presentation correctly, get and keep the audience’s attention, make good use of your voice and body language, and handle questions from the audience.

Teaching in Higher Education - UTQ (universitaire leergang BKO)

Course for university teachers who would like to enrich their understanding of student learning and improve their own teaching practice and design of courses. Particularly useful for those working on a BKO portfolio.

Onderzoek van promovendi begeleiden

In deze cursus leer je omgaan met de verschillende rollen die je hebt bij het begeleiden van promovendi, en vergroot je je eigen handelingsrepertoire.

Research Ethics: an Introduction

Volunteers are often asked to take part in medical research in order to improve the health and well being of other people, now and in the future. However noble the aim, this raises many ethical questions. How can we ensure that participants give their genuinely informed consent? What should be provided to control groups during clinical trials? How can we weigh the risks and benefits of various studies? How can we ensure scientific integrity in research? When should we conduct research with vulnerable populations, such as children and people in low- and middle-income countries? How should we interpret the Tuskegee syphilis study from a historical perspective?

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.

Classical Methods in Data Analysis

This course starts with the basic applications of biostatistics in the analysis of medical research data. 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). The course also includes an extensive discussion of the multiple linear regression model.

Study Design in Etiologic Researcg

In this course the principles and practice of cohort, case-control and cross-sectional studies are taught. Design, data collection and outcome measures are discussed, as well as the major advantages and disadvantages of the different study designs. Emphasis is on the application of study design in etiologic research. The course focuses on the more classical approach but also addresses modern concepts and design options, such as case-cohort designs. Various study designs are discussed, with emphasis on issues of validity.

Modern Methods in Data Analysis

This course provides statistical methods to study the association between (multiple) determinants and the occurrence of an outcome event. The course starts with an introduction to likelihood theory, using simple examples and a minimum of mathematics. Next, the most important regression models used in medical research are introduced. Topics are: maximum-likelihood methods, logistic regression, model validation and regression diagnostics, Poisson regression, and analysis of `event-history´ data, including an extensive discussion of the Cox proportional hazards regression model. Also, the basic principles of longitudinal data analysis are taught.

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).

Study Design in Etiologic Research (online)

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.

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