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Summer School in Clinical Epidemiology

UMIT - University for Health Sciences, Medical Informatics and Technology / Institute of Public Health, Medical Decision Making and Health Technology Assessment
27.06.2022 - 01.07.2022  UMIT TIROL - Private University for Health Sciences, Medical Informatics and Technology, Eduard-Wallnoefer-Zentrum 1, 6060 Hall in Tirol, Austria
Course Content
Clinical epidemiology is the application of epidemiologic principles and methods to problems encountered in public health and clinical medicine. It provides import information for clinicians and health policy decision makers in order to identify risk factors for diseases and to determine optimal preventive, diagnostic and therapeutic strategies for individuals and populations. This course combines theoretical concepts with practical applications using real world case examples.
Learning objectives, training objectives
Introduction to Public Health & Epidemiology, Study Designs, Causal Inference, Risk, Prognosis, Treatment Efficacy & Safety, Diagnostic studies, Bayes’ Theorem, Decision Analysis in Public Health & Medicine, Cost-effectiveness Analysis
Target Audience
Clinical Research Institutions & Hospitals, Public Health Agencies, Healthcare & Health Policy Organizations, Pharmaceutical & Medical Device Industry, Academia and Research Institutions, Consultancy Organizations, HTA Organizations
No Pre-requisites. Course language is English.

Enquiries and Registration:

EBD until 20 May 2022
Univ. Prof. Dr. Uwe Siebert
Clinical Research, Evidence-Based Health Care, Evidence-Based Medicine, General Medicine, Life Sciences, Public Health Research
Type of degree
Certificate of attendance, Certificate of completion
Education form
Full Time
5 Days
Credit Points
5 ECTS - Points
On request
(We offer discounts for group registration (- 15%) and for students and alumnis (- 20%) )
Organizer contact info
Eduard-Wallnoefer-Center 1
6060 Hall in Tirol
Aspher University