Short course programme

Introduction

The School of Social and Community Medicine provides a programme of high quality intensive short courses covering a range of health services research and epidemiological methods, as well as generic research skills. They are aimed at academics, public health specialists, health-care professionals and industry.

Courses range in duration from one to five days. These courses are designed and taught by members of the school with some invited speakers from the UK and abroad. The short course programme is highly regarded, with many attendees funded by their employer, and student feedback on these courses is excellent.

Please note: this webpage gets refreshed in August each year. If you have missed a course please check back in mid-August.

Course schedule

 

Course Title

Date

Introduction to Stata (A)

5 - 6 October 2015

Introduction to Statistical Methods for Lifecourse Epidemiology

18 November 2015

Introduction to Statistics

23 - 27 November 2015

Applied Field Epidemiology for Health Protection Specialists

8 - 10 December 2015

Writing a Qualitative Paper

15 December 2015

Introduction to Stata (B)

6 - 7 January 2016

Systematic Reviews and Meta-Analysis (A)

12 - 15 January 2016

Basic Epidemiology

18 - 22 January 2016

Appraising Evidence for Healthcare Practitioners

3 February 2016

Appraising Epidemiological Studies

4 February 2016

Introduction to Network Meta-Analysis

15 - 16 February 2016

Introduction to Research Governance

22 - 23 February 2016

Critical Appraisal of Qualitative Research

25 February 2016

Introduction to Qualitative Research Methods

29 February - 4 March 2016

Introduction to Economic Evaluation

08 - 10 March 2016

Health Protection Principles and Practice

14 - 17 March 2016

Applied Health Protection

18 March 2016

Analysis of Repeated Measures

22 - 23 March 2016

Introduction to Rates and Survival Analysis

12 - 13 April 2016

Genetic Epidemiology

19 - 22 April 2016

Introduction to Stata (C)

28 - 29 April 2016

Epigenetic Epidemiology

4 - 6  May 2016

Introduction to Linear and Logistic Regression Models

9 - 13 May 2016

Introduction to using conversation analysis to study health care encounters

26 - 27 May 2016

Introduction to R

17 June 2016

Design and Analysis of Randomised Controlled Trials

20 - 24 June 2016

Advanced Epidemiological and Statistical Methods

26 June - 1 July 2016