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The course entails qualitative real world research methods at an advanced scientific level for research within the Social and Clinical Pharmacy area.
The course focuses on both theoretical lectures and practical assignments.
A high-level writing course aimed at senior PhD students and postdocs who are working on high-impact data for top-tier journals. The workshop is taught by editors from selected relevant journals from the Nature Publishing Group, and aims to provide coaching and contact between the authors and the editors to facilitate tailoring results and pitch to the target audience.
The aim of the course is to introduce healthcare service researchers to the process of evaluating complex interventions.
The course will consist of:
We are proud to present the second Norwegian PhD School of Pharmacy Guest lecture in 2018.
Ksenia Zagorodnikova will be giving a talk with the title:
'Challenges in use of medications in pregnancy – how do we bridge the gap between research and practice.'
We are hoping to welcome as many of you as possible
This autumn the Norwegian PhD School of Pharmacy offers the course FRM-KJM9930 Bioanalysis - Forefront Technologies and Applications.
FRM-KJM9930 is particularly relevant for PhD-students working with chromatography and mass spectrometry in the fields of pharmaceutical analysis, biomedical analysis, clinical chemistry, proteomics, and metabolomics.
The course is now open for registration.
Professor John Scott is visiting UiO and UiT giving a lecture on “Exploring and exploiting the constraints of local signaling”. After the lecture there is lunch for NFIF candidates, and Professor Scott will be available for discussions. Please sign up to participate.
Shane Desselle, professor at Touro University and president of Applied Pharmacy Solutions will walk us through FDA’s requirements for clinical trials, describe ‘Phase IV’ surveillance, including FDA’s MedWatch program, contextualize post-marketing and describe U.S. databases for pharmacoepidemiologic and pharmacoeconomic research.
Professor Tobias Kurth will give a lecture on: What if the Results between Propensity Score and Standard Methods differ?
The course will focus on current applications of propensity score methods for bias reduction in pharmacoepidemiology studies. The emphasis of this course will be on practical applications of propensity score methods, backed by theoretical lectures.
On behalf of the Norwegian PhD School of Pharmacy and School of Pharmacy, University of Oslo, we have the pleasure to invite you to a seminar on: Undergraduate and Postgraduate Clinical Pharmacy Training and Development
Professor Michael Scott from Northern Ireland will lecture on: Medicine Optimisation - What is it? And why we need it
Helga Garðarsdóttir, assistant professor of Drug Regulatory Sciences at Utrecht University in the Netherlands will give a lecture on: Possible Savings on the Pharmaceuticals Budget by focusing on Reduction of Waste - The Dutch approach
NFIF is co-organizer of a pre-conference course at the 2016 NorPEN conference, which will take place in November at Stockholm, Sweden.
NFIF members are entitled to reimbursement of course attendance costs.
Places still available at NFIF HiOA course in Measuring and Methods of Measurement.