Sem Sælands vei 3
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:
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.
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.
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.