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Lifestyle Epidemiology (WR86)

Amsterdam UMC / EpidM, Department of Epidemiology & Data Science
16.02.2022 - 18.02.2022  Amsterdam UMC, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Application Deadline:December 15th 2021
Course Content
Noncommunicable diseases (NCDs), comprising mainly of cardiovascular diseases (CVD), cancers and diabetes, are the leading causes of death globally. To a large extent, NCDs are caused by lifestyle factors including unhealthy dietary intake, lack of physical activity and sedentary behaviours. Appropriate measures and methods are required to study relations of such lifestyle behaviours and NCDs.
Learning objectives, training objectives
1.The student understands how physical activity, sedentary behaviour and dietary intake influence NCDs such as cardiovascular diseases (CVD), cancers and diabetes.
See more learning objectives at the website!
Target Audience
The course is meant for researchers and professionals interested in lifestyle epidemiology.
Attendants are expected to have at least basic knowledge of epidemiological and statistical methods (i.e., study designs and analysis
We use an interactive Learn Management System for this online course. Here you can find all course materials at least one week before the start of the course

Enquiries and Registration:

Register via the website. The course is on location!
Ms. Ange van der Veer
Clinical Research, Epidemiology and Disease Control, Evidence-Based Health Care, Health Services, Health Systems, Life Sciences, Public Health, Public Health Research
Type of degree
Certificate of attendance
Education form
Full Time
3 Days
Credit Points
2 ECTS - Points
EUR 995,00
(If you enrol for 2 or 3 courses, you will receive a discount of 10%!)
Number of participants (max.)
Organizer contact info
Boelenlaan 1089a
1081 HV Amsterdam
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