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Short Courses

Short courses provide opportunities to study specialised topics in a broad range of health and global health fields in addition to that available through the MSc programme.

Visa information - visa requirements for short course participants.

Course Title When
Adolescent Health in Low and Middle Income Countries  June for 10 days
Advanced Course in Epidemiological Analysis  September for 10 days
Advanced Stata: Programming and Other Techniques to Make Your Life Easier  November for 5 days
Cancer Survival: Principles, Methods and Applications  June for 5 days
Causal Inference in Epidemiology: Recent Methodological Developments  November for 5 days
Certificate in Pharmacoepidemiology & Pharmacovigilance  November - June
Clinical Trials  June for 5 days
Design and analysis of discrete choice experiments  August for 3 days
Diploma in Tropical Medicine & Hygiene  October - December
Diploma in Tropical Nursing  March - July, Sept - Feb. One day per week.
East African Diploma in Tropical Medicine & Hygiene
(based in Tanzania and Uganda)
 September - December
Epidemiological Evaluation of Vaccines: Efficacy, Safety and Policy  July for 10 days
High Throughput Sequencing in Disease Studies  September for 4 days
Introductory Course in Epidemiology & Medical Statistics  June-July for 15 days
International Eye Health (formerly Planning for VISION 2020)  July for 5 days
Introduction to Genetic Epidemiology in the GWAS Era  September for 4 days
Introduction to Infectious Disease Modelling and its Applications  June - July for 10 days
Issues in Global Non-Communicable Diseases: From Research to Policy  August for 5 days
Laboratory Diagnosis of Malaria  July for 3 days
Laboratory Diagnosis of Parasites  July for 5 days
Model Fitting and Inference for Infectious Disease Dynamics  June for 4 days
Infectious Disease 'Omics  September for 3 days
Practical Pharmacoepidemiology  September for 4 days
Quality of Medical Products & Public Health  July for 5 days
Researching Gender-based Violence: Methods and Meaning  February for 5 days
Statistical Analysis with Missing Data using Multiple Imputation and Inverse Probability Weighting  June for 3 days
Systematic Reviews and Meta-analyses of Health Research  September for 5 days
Travel Medicine  November for 5 days
Vaccinology for Public Health and Clinical Practice in the 21st century **course based in Hong Kong **  July 2016
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