Elevate Health

Introduction

Elevate Health offers a comprehensive range of online medical courses for researchers and healthcare professionals. Courses can be studied exclusively online, or as part of a blended plan that features face-to-face sessions in addition to distance learning. However you choose to study, you do so at your own, wherever you are in the world -- all you need is an internet connection.

Elevate offers more than online learning opportunities; it is an interactive portal that enables global health professionals to meet online to share knowledge, explore ideas and analyse new science. This means that when you have completed your online health courses, you’ll not only receive an internationally accredited diploma from Utrecht University – ranked #1 in The Netherlands and #46 in the world, but also a network of peers that you can call on as you develop your career professionally.

Our aim is to increase knowledge and understanding of health sciences among health care professionals and medical researchers. In doing so, we hope to improve overall wellbeing and reduce the differences in standards of medical care between countries.

What do we stand for?

√ E-learning expertise

Our in-house team of e-learning developers are experts in e-learning. We have a strong and sound online teaching philosophy and practice, with a personalized approach to learning, a focus on interaction and we offer continuous educational support throughout the course.

√ Focus on the medical sector

We focus solely on the medical (research) sector. This has enabled us to develop relevant knowledge in the field. It has also allowed us to build an extensive international academic network. As such, we are aware of the latest developments and the challenges our partners face.

√ Providing better access to good quality health care worldwide

Elevate Health is not just another provider of online medical education. In fact, we are a social enterprise aiming to provide better access to education in health care worldwide - with the goal to enable more people globally to access good quality medical care.

How it works

√ Choosing a course

Elevate offers couses in a broad range of topics. Browse the course-section of this website for more information about the different courses we offer.

√ Validation

Having received your application to enrol, Elevate will check if you meet the course entrance requirements. You will receive an email confirming your place.

√ Studying

You will use our online learning environment in your studies. This portal gives you the chance to interact with your peers and access inspirational lectures and other high quality materials.

√ Examination

At the end of the course there will be a final exam, which can be completed in your home country, at the establishment of one of our educational partners.

√ Certificate

You will receive an internationally accredited diploma from Utrecht University, ranked #1 in the Netherlands, after succesfully finishing a course.

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Online Course: Classical Methods in Data Analysis

Online Part time 12 weeks November 2017 Netherlands Netherlands Online

This online medical course, offered by the MSc Epidemiology program of the UMC Utrecht and Utrecht University, provides an understanding of the basic applications of biostatistics in the analysis of medical research data. [+]

Classical Methods in Data Analysis This online medical course, offered by the MSc Epidemiology program of the UMC Utrecht and Utrecht University, provides an understanding of 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. This is an ideal course for anyone who wishes to further his medical education by getting a better understanding of data analysis. Learning Objectives √ have insight in the √n law and its consequences for sample size √ have insight in the general principles of decision procedures (“testing”), and be able to apply these procedures in practice using common statistical packages (SPSS, R) √ understand the principles of the following statistical analysis techniques: Student T tests (1-sample, 2-sample and paired), Analysis of Variance (1-way and 2-way ANOVA), Simple and multiple linear regression analysis, 1-sample, 2-sample and paired proportion tests (χ 2 test for goodness-of-fit, Pearson’s χ 2 test and McNemar’s χ 2 test) √ know in which situations these techniques can be applied and the conditions that should be met to obtain reliable results using these techniques √ be able to apply these techniques using common statistical packages (SPSS, R) √ have insight in the Kolmogorov Smirnov test (normal distribution) and the... [-]

Online Course: Clinical Epidemiology

Online Part time 4 weeks October 2017 Netherlands Netherlands Online

This course focuses on the principles and practice of clinical epidemiology, and elaborates on examples from relevant literature. The aim is to provide you with the knowledge to evaluate and assess applied clinical research and data analyses, and give you sufficient scientific and methodological background information to actively participate in clinical studies. [+]

Clinical Epidemiology This course focuses on the principles and practice of clinical epidemiology, and elaborates on examples from relevant literature. The aim is to provide you with the knowledge to evaluate and assess applied clinical research and data analyses, and give you sufficient scientific and methodological background information to actively participate in clinical studies. During the course, you will focus on questions of diagnosis, prognosis, treatment and etiology. Several research options are available to help you address these questions, including intervention trials and case-control studies using data obtained in a clinical setting. Clinical Epidemiology is one of the online medical courses of the MSc Epidemiology Postgraduate Online; the online MSc program in Epidemiology offered by Utrecht University, University Medical Center Utrecht, MSc Epidemiology and Elevate Health. Learning Objectives By the end of the course, you should be able to: √ Define, explain and apply the basic terminology and principles specific to clinical epidemiology √ Differentiate between the different aspects of clinical epidemiological research (diagnostic / etiologic / prognostic / therapeutic) In particular, you should be able to: √ Construct a clinical research question that includes outcome, determinants and domain √ Characterize different data collection designs used in clinical epidemiology √ Design a clinical epidemiological study √ Name and identify the data analysis techniques that are used for the different types of clinical epidemiological studies √ Interpret the basic data analysis results of a clinical epidemiological study √ Explain the concepts of bias, and the issues concerning confounding bias √ Read... [-]

Online Course: Clinical Trials and Drug Risk Assessment

Online Part time 3 weeks June 2018 Netherlands Netherlands Online

This online medical course addresses the principles of studying the effects of drug treatments on the risks of unintended effects. The accent is on proper formulation of the research problem with a view to clinical and regulatory relevance of the study results, and on requirements for validity in non-experimental research. [+]

Clinical Trials and Drug Risk Assessment A clinical trial is an exceedingly important instrument in the assessment of treatment efficacy. With regard to clinical trials, the emphasis will be on methodological principles and on the clinical practice of therapeutic experiments. This online medical course addresses the principles of studying the effects of drug treatments on the risks of unintended effects. The accent is on proper formulation of the research problem with a view to clinical and regulatory relevance of the study results, and on requirements for validity in non-experimental research. The course program provides a thorough medical education into the field of clinical trials, covering the principles of therapeutic research design, including design of study, design of data collection, design of data analysis, including some modelling techniques in the analysis to clinical trials, and the interpretation of its results. The program also covers the principles of drug risk assessment in the context of therapeutic research. Learning Objectives By the end of the course, you should be able to: √ Explain the basic design principles of a randomized controlled trial √ Describe specialized design options for a randomized controlled trial √ Apply the basic principles of data analysis of a randomized controlled trial √ Describe the principles of advanced data analysis of a randomized controlled trial √ Explain the principles of drug risk assessment and how to evaluate potential side effects of medication √ State common practical issues in the conduct of a randomized controlled trial and suitable solutions √ Design... [-]

Online Course: Good Clinical Practice

Online Full time 2 weeks November 2017 Netherlands Netherlands Online

Clinical investigation (perhaps with newly discovered drugs) involving human subjects is a precarious activity and could lead to ethical dilemmas. Therefore, laws and regulations apply to ensure good clinical practice. [+]

Clinical investigation (perhaps with newly discovered drugs) involving human subjects is a precarious activity and could lead to ethical dilemmas. Therefore, laws and regulations apply to ensure good clinical practice. As an investigator in a clinical trial, you need to know about the relevant national and international laws and regulations. What’s more, it’s important to know which parties are involved in clinical trials and what their responsibilities are. Directives for good clinical practice are recorded in the ICH-GCP Guideline.

ICH-GCP: a guideline for good clinical practice

ICH-GCP is the international ethical and scientific quality standard on how clinical trials should be set up, conducted and reported. It furthermore defines the responsibilities and tasks of people with key roles – such as investigators, sponsors and ethics committees (IRB/IEC) – and identifies documents essential for clinical trials. This online medical course explains the context of the ICH-GCP Guideline and is comprehensively structured to follow the various phases of a clinical trial: preparation, execution and close-out. By the end of this course, you will understand the general development process of a drug, the framework of international laws and regulations governing clinical trials, and the applicability, purpose and key aspects of ICH-GCP. Also, you will be able to identify the key parties in a clinical trial and understand their requirements, responsibilities and tasks throughout the three phases of a clinical trial. This course is suitable for medical professionals intending to be involved in a clinical trial in which a drug will be tested on... [-]


Online Course: Introduction to Epidemiology

Online Part time 3 weeks January 2018 Netherlands Netherlands Online

Introduction to Epidemiology 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. We will also address the principles of bias and confounding, thereby enabling you to familiarize yourself with all key epidemiological concepts. [+]

Introduction to Epidemiology Introduction to Epidemiology 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. We will also address the principles of bias and confounding, thereby enabling you to familiarize yourself with all key epidemiological concepts. This is one of the online medical courses offered through the MSc Epidemiology program of the UMC Utrecht and Utrecht University, and as such is highly relevant for anyone participating in a medical education or working in healthcare. It will also provide you with a good basis for further research into specialized areas of epidemiology. Introduction to Epidemiology is part of MSc Epidemiology Postgraduate Online; the online MSc program in Epidemiology offered by Utrecht University, University Medical Center Utrecht, MSc Epidemiology and Elevate Health. Learning Objectives By the end of the course, you should be able to: √ Use and explain the basic terminology and principles used in epidemiology √ State important historical developments in health sciences in general, and epidemiology in particular In particular, you should be able to: √ Distinguish between, and apply, the different measures of frequency, association and impact that are commonly used in epidemiological research √ Calculate these measures using simple numerical examples √ Tell apart and explain the different aspects of epidemiological research (causal and descriptive). √ Tell apart and state the (dis)advantages of the different study designs used in epidemiological research: cohort, case-control and cross-sectional... [-]

Online Course: Leadership in Healthcare

Online Part time 20 weeks September 2018 Netherlands Netherlands Online

This online healthcare leadership course is inextricably linked to our leadership research in Utrecht, the Netherlands. The research and online course exist in a self-perpetuating loop, where the one informs the other. We rely on you as a participant to ground the content we present to develop their leadership and to contribute to theory-building in the field of healthcare leadership research. Your daily work and cases of other health professionals are central in this course. It is only through these that the theory of leadership and management will come alive and help us to create better patient care. [+]

Leadership in Healthcare Healthcare organizations are difficult to manage. Different logics and value systems are at play. Leadership of both professionals and managers are therefore of great importance when aiming to ensure high-quality patient care, employee satisfaction and overall organizational effectiveness. This is particularly true for frontline leaders who are the key interface between care, cure and managerial control. But have you ever tried to articulate a definition of frontline clinical leadership in one concise sentence? We’d argue it can’t really be done. Because leadership is such a broad, complex and contested topic, it often holds different meaning for different people. This is part of its charm. At the end of this leadership development course, you will be able to build your own leadership philosophy and articulate its value in your daily work life as a healthcare professional, manager, educator or researcher. We see (clinical) leadership as a modus operandi. We don’t believe leadership in healthcare is tied to position, or confined to the grand heroic gestures of a select few. We see leadership as a joint effort, emerging from and embedded in everyday practice. It is a way of thinking and being, rather than a collection of generic tools to draw on. For us, leadership in healthcare is a practice, ongoing and relational, where context is integral, and people are core. This online healthcare leadership course is inextricably linked to our leadership research in Utrecht, the Netherlands. The research and online course exist in a self-perpetuating loop, where the... [-]

Online Course: Modern Methods in Data Analysis

Online Part time 9 weeks March 2018 Netherlands Netherlands Online

During this online course, you will learn to use statistical methods to study the association between (multiple) determinants and the occurrence of an outcome event. [+]

Modern Methods in Data Analysis During this online course, you will learn to use statistical methods to study the association between (multiple) determinants and the occurrence of an outcome event. 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. In addition, you will become familiar with model validation and regression diagnostics, as well as with the basic principles of resampling methods and longitudinal data analysis. The course is aimed at professionals who are interested in to learn more about statistics for medical research. However, a medical education is not a requirement to succesfully participate in this course. Modern Methods in Data Analysis is one of the online medical courses of the MSc Epidemiology Postgraduate Online; the online MSc program in Epidemiology offered by Utrecht University, University Medical Center Utrecht, MSc Epidemiology and Elevate Health. Learning objectives By the end of the course, you should be able to: √ Explain the principles of the likelihood theory and maximum likelihood methods √ Explain the principles of the following statistical analysis techniques: Logistic regression analysis, Poisson regression analysis, Analysis of event history data, including the Cox proportional hazards regression model √ Explain model validation and regression diagnostics √ Describe the basic principles of longitudinal data analysis √ Apply the above-mentioned... [-]

Online Course: Public Health Epidemiology

Online Full time 3 weeks March 2018 Netherlands Netherlands Online

This course will enhance your understanding of public health epidemiology, the science upon which public health is based. Public health epidemiology involves describing and interpreting geographical and temporal patterns in population health, identifying prevention strategies, and estimating and evaluating the impact of risk factors and preventive measures on population health. [+]

This course will enhance your understanding of public health epidemiology, the science upon which public health is based. Public health epidemiology involves describing and interpreting geographical and temporal patterns in population health, identifying prevention strategies, and estimating and evaluating the impact of risk factors and preventive measures on population health. It is therefore essential to have a thorough understanding of public health epidemiology if your work or study involves any public health-related issues. This course is therefore highly suited to epidemiologists in universities, hospitals, municipal health services and other governmental health organizations, and to PhD candidates working on an epidemiological or public health thesis. Public health epidemiology: from basic principles to future trends You will start by learning the basic principles of public health epidemiology, illustrated by the main successes in this field in the past. We will focus on important measures of population health, their interpretation and use in public health policy. You will learn how to calculate the effect of an exposure on life expectancy and what part of this exposure can be attributed to the development of a disease. You will also weigh and compare the effects of two prevention strategies: intervening in individuals at high risk for developing a disease, versus introducing preventive measures for the whole population. The societal, economic and health dilemmas involved in introducing population measures will be illustrated by the smoking ban. This online medical course will also cover the persistent socioeconomic and ethnic inequalities in health, including epidemiological and statistical methods,... [-]

Online Course: Study Design in Etiologic Research

Online Part time 6 weeks March 2018 Netherlands Netherlands Online

This course is a core component of any Master´s degree in Epidemiology, and is also key to being able to follow specialized online medical courses in epidemiology. Its aim is for you to learn about the principles and practice of cohort, case-control and cross-sectional studies. We will discuss design, data collection and outcome measures, as well as the major advantages and disadvantages of the different study designs. The emphasis will be on the application of study design in etiologic research. [+]

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 online medical courses in epidemiology. Its aim is for you to learn about the principles and practice of cohort, case-control and cross-sectional studies. We will discuss design, data collection and outcome measures, as well as the major advantages and disadvantages of the different study designs. The emphasis will be on the application of study design in etiologic research. This online health course focuses on the more classical approach but also addresses modern concepts and design options, such as case-cohort designs. Various other study designs will also be discussed, with an emphasis on validity issues. Study Design in Etiologic Research is part of MSc Epidemiology Postgraduate Online; the online MSc program in Epidemiology offered by Utrecht University, University Medical Center Utrecht, MSc Epidemiology and Elevate Health Learning objectives By the end of the course, you should be able to: √ Explain the principles, design and validity aspects of a cohort study, a case-control study and a cross-sectional study √ Interpret the measures of frequency and association from cohort, case-control, and cross-sectional studies In particular, you should be able to: √ Calculate the corresponding measures of frequency and association, and explain these calculations √ Explain the modern designs used instead of the classical case-control study (e.g. case-cohort study or case-crossover study) √ Explain the methods of data collection in the different study designs √ Explain... [-]

Online Course: Survival Analysis

Online Part time 3 weeks November 2017 Netherlands Netherlands Online

This online medical course will give an introduction to survival analysis and cover many of the types of survival data and analysis techniques regularly encountered in epidemiologic research. The necessary statistical theory will be presented, but the course will focus on practical examples, with an emphasis on matching data analysis to the research question at hand. Lab sessions will give students the opportunity to apply the theory to real datasets using the free statistical software R. [+]

Survival Analysis Survival data, or more generally, time-to-event data (where the “event” can be death, disease, recovery, relapse or another outcome), is frequently encountered in epidemiologic studies. Censoring is a problem characteristic to most survival data, and requires special data analytic techniques. This online medical course will give an introduction to survival analysis and cover many of the types of survival data and analysis techniques regularly encountered in epidemiologic research. The necessary statistical theory will be presented, but the course will focus on practical examples, with an emphasis on matching data analysis to the research question at hand. Lab sessions will give students the opportunity to apply the theory to real datasets using the free statistical software R. Learning Objectives By the end of the course, you should be able to: √ recognize or describe the type of problem addressed by a survival analysis √ define and recognize censored data √ define and interpret a survivor function and a hazard function, and describe their relation √ recognize the computer printout from a Cox proportional hazards model, a stratified Cox model, and a Cox model extended for time-dependent covariates √ state the meaning of the proportional hazards assumption and know how to check this assumption √ recognize which survival analysis technique is appropriate for a given research question and dataset √ interpret the computer printout for survival models, including hazard ratios, hypothesis testing, and confidence intervals Course Topics √ Introduction to Survival Data and Analysis Students are introduced to the characteristics... [-]

Online Course: Systematic Reviews in Diagnostic Research

Online Part time 3 weeks October 2017 Netherlands Netherlands Online

The course consists of plenary presentations, small-group discussions, and computer exercises using the statistical software package R. It is one of the online medical courses that is part of the MSc Epidemiology Postgraduate Online Program. [+]

Systematic Reviews in Diagnostic Research The number of primary studies evaluating diagnostic tests is rising. Critically summarizing such studies in a systematic review is beneficial for health care professionals seeking the best evidence about the use of diagnostic tests. Reviews of diagnostic studies are more challenging because of more variation in questions & designs, specific sources of bias & variation, and the need to use more complex statistical approaches to meta-analysis. Several advances have recently been made in the methods to perform such reviews. 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. The course consists of plenary presentations, small-group discussions, and computer exercises using the statistical software package R. It is one of the online medical courses that is part of the MSc Epidemiology Postgraduate Online Program. Learning Objectives At the end of the course, you'll should be able to: √ Appreciate the diversity of test usage and study designs √ Understand potential risk of bias and concerns regarding applicability √ Understand the concept underlying approaches to meta-analysis √ Explore heterogeneity and compare test accuracy √ Create different types of analysis √ Summarize results and draw appropriate conclusions Course Deadlines Week 0 Sunday before start date - introduce yourself Week 1 Sunday –... [-]

Online Course: Systematic Reviews in Intervention Research

Online Part time 3 weeks February 2018 Netherlands Netherlands Online

This course will offer a mix of lectures and practicals that will help the student to perform all of these steps in practice. In addition, specific challenges to systematic reviews and new developments will be highlighted. [+]

Systematic Reviews in Intervention Research Systematic reviews play a crucial role in this era of Evidence Based Medicine and clinical guidelines. 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. This course will offer a mix of lectures and practicals that will help the student to perform all of these steps in practice. In addition, specific challenges to systematic reviews and new developments will be highlighted. Systematic Reviews in Intervention Research one of the online medical courses that is part of MSc Epidemiology Postgraduate Online; the online MSc program in Epidemiology offered by Utrecht University, University Medical Center Utrecht, MSc Epidemiology and Elevate Health. Learning Objectives By the end of the course, you should be able to: √ Explain the rationale for performing a systematic review √ List the key steps of a systematic review √ Formulate a proper review question addressing a therapeutic dilemma √ Understand the design of a comprehensive and efficient search strategy to identify relevant RCT’s in electronic bibliographic databases √ Explain the main types of bias in a therapeutic study √ Assess primary studies (RCT) for their risk of bias and report these findings √ Explain the difference between fixed and random effects approach and their assumptions √ Perform & interpret the findings of a meta-analysis (fixed & random approach) √ Interpret the different measures of heterogeneity √ Interpret the results of... [-]

Online Course: Systematic Reviews of Prognostic Research

Online Part time 3 weeks November 2017 Netherlands Netherlands Online

In this online medical course for researchers we discuss and practice how to define your review questions, how to search the literature, how to critically assess the methodological quality of primary prognostic studies, and which statistical methods to use for meta-analyses of the results of primary prognostic studies. [+]

Systematic Reviews of Prognostic Research The number of primary studies evaluating prognostic factors and models is rising per day. Alike for therapies and diagnostic tests, critically summarizing and analyzing the evidence form prognostic studies in a systematic review and meta analysis is beneficial for health care professionals seeking the best evidence. Reviews of prognostic studies are much more challenging because of more variation in questions & designs, specific sources of bias & variation, and more complex statistical meta-analytical models. Several advances regarding the design, critical appraisal and statistical analysis in systematic reviews of prognostic studies, have recently been made. In this online medical course for researchers we discuss and practice how to define your review questions, how to search the literature, how to critically assess the methodological quality of primary prognostic studies, and which statistical methods to use for meta-analyses of the results of primary prognostic studies. The course consists of plenary presentations, small-group discussions, and computer exercises. Learning Objectives By the end of the course, you'll should be able to: √ Explain the rationale for performing a systematic review of prognostic studies √ List the key steps of a systematic review of prognostic studies √ Formulate a focused review question addressing a prognostic problem √ Systematically search the literature √ Critically appraise the evidence from primary prognostic studies √ Formulate the difficulties of meta-analysis of prognostic research √ Meta-analyses of performance of prognostic models √ Meta-analyses of the added value of specific prognostic factors Accreditation As this is a... [-]

Online Course: Translational Medicine

Online Full time 2 weeks October 2017 Netherlands Netherlands Online

Translational medicine encompasses the continuum from identifying an idea to its development into new therapies for human diseases. By enabling people to develop research through this continuum, it is possible to translate critical scientific insights into tangible benefits for patients. [+]

Translational medicine encompasses the continuum from identifying an idea to its development into new therapies for human diseases. By enabling people to develop research through this continuum, it is possible to translate critical scientific insights into tangible benefits for patients. This course will help you to develop critical thinking skills to approach the challenges in translational medicine. You will also improve your communication skills – in particular, those required for presenting complex scientific ideas to a broad spectrum of people. You will learn to analyze effective manuscript preparation and begin to apply the concepts to your own work. In addition, you will have the opportunity to analyze the business, scientific and regulatory aspects of translational medicine During the course, we will examine case studies and help you develop creative problem-solving strategies and novel skills to build new kinds of teams. The skills garnered from this course will help you and your teams to address the challenges facing drug development today, and to bridge the divide between concept and patient. Learning Objectives By the end of the course, you should be able to: Analyze the business, scientific and regulatory aspects of translational medicine Explore the challenges professionals encounter in translational medicine Develop critical thinking skills to approach these challenges Develop communication skills for presenting complex scientific ideas to a broad spectrum of people Analyze effective manuscript preparation and begin to apply the concepts to your own work Course Topics The concept and components of translational medicine Intellectual property protection and development... [-]

MSc

MSc in Epidemiology

Online Full time Part time 334 - 6 years September 2018 Netherlands Netherlands Online + 1 more

The aim of the MSc Epidemiology programmes is to provide students with extensive knowledge and practical skills in patient-oriented research design, implementation, quantitative analysis and its application to human or veterinary medicine and public health. [+]

Welcome to the international Master in Epidemiology Program at Utrecht University. Epidemiology is a scientific discipline increasingly asked for in clinical (human, pharmaceutical or veterinary) research, industry and policymaking. With ‘evidence based medicine’ setting new standards, specialists are needed in design, data collection, analysis and interpretation of epidemiological and health research. We offer a high level of education via our graduate and postgraduate programmes, and topic-specific short courses for those looking to expand their knowledge. Information about our Masters programme The research MSc Epidemiology programmes are organised within the Utrecht University Graduate School of Life Sciences. The aim of the MSc Epidemiology programmes is to provide students with extensive knowledge and practical skills in patient-oriented research design, implementation, quantitative analysis and its application to human or veterinary medicine and public health. The knowledge and skills gained form a solid basis for health research and disease control programmes, including application in developing countries. The master Epidemiology equals the registration demands for Epidemiologist A and knows three variants : MSc Epidemiology (120 EC) 2 years programme, for students holding a bachelor degree in one of the fields mentioned below. MSc Epidemiology Postgraduate, face-to-face (90 EC) 1.5 years programme, for students holding a master degree in one of the fields mentioned below. MSc Epidemiology Postgraduate, Online (90 EC) 3-5 years programme, for researchers/clinicians holding a master degree or working in one of the fields mentioned below. Future MSc Epidemiology (Postgraduate) students are expected to hold a degree in one of the following fields:... [-]

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