Teaching and Training Courses

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Medical biometry and epidemiology contribute remarkably to extending the scientific knowledge in medicine. Therefore, biometrical and epidemiological subjects are of great interest to the students from different disciplines and also for professional groups with different background.

Our institute is engaged with multiform teaching in the universities as well as in non-university organisations. Below you find an overview of the courses we offer.

Teaching in Integrated Model Study Course Medicine (iMED)

As part of QB1, Medical Biometry and Epidemiology will be taught in Module A in the 2nd learning (SPIRAL).

Further we teach in different second tracks.

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Teaching for Master of Science Health Economics & Health Care Management

This course is offered as part of Master's program in Health Economics & Health Care Management.

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Teaching for Non-Medical PhD-Program

For the curriculum of the non-medical PhD-program, our institute offers an annual course on current statistical topics and challenges. Students who participate in a graduate school or PhD-program can achieve credit points for this course (1 CP for the attendance and 1 CP for having successfully completed the exercise).

The course is also open for all students, post-docs or other members of the UKE.

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Introductory Courses in Statistical Software

The institute offers introductory seminars for the statistical software R and SPSS on a regular basis. The seminars are free of charge for students, PhD students and the staff members of UKE.

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Clinical Investigator Training Courses

The courses deal specifically with licensed physicians, who wish to work as medical investigators in clinical drug studies.

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Request for Additional Training

On request, our institute offers individual training courses and workshops with course fee.

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