Ethics in Biomedical and Public Health Research

SSPH+ PhD Program in Public Health / Swiss Tropical - and Public Health - Institute (Swiss TPH)
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10.04.2012 - 13.04.2012  Basel, Switzerland
 
Course Content
This course is organized through the ProDoc Program in Bio&Medical Ethics and is provided by the Institute of Biomedical Ethics at the University of Basel with support from the SSPH+ PhD Program in Public Health. This is a practice-oriented course that will begin with an introduction to biomedical ethics principles and research ethics that will be useful and applicable to all public health, biomedical, and nursing researchers.
Learning objectives, training objectives
Aims of the course are to: (a) explore ethical issues in everyday public health and biomedical practices, and (b) familiarize course participants with ethical issues that researchers face in conducting public health and biomedical research.
Target Audience
Open to SSPH+ PhD students, ProDoc Students at the Bio&Medical Ethics Program, and Master and PhD students at the University of Basel. External participants from other universities are welcome to apply for limited space.
Certifications
SSPH+ Course Certificate
Local Organizer
SSPH+ PhD Program Public Health
 

Enquiries and Registration:

Ms. Sina Henrichs
 
Categories
Public Health
Duration
3 Days
Languages
English
Credit Points
2 ECTS - Points
Fees
University of Basel Students 0.— Other PhD students (SSPH+ covers fees for SSPH+ PhD students outside the University of Basel) 600.— Other academics 1700.— Others (Industry and Government) 2500.—
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