EULAR Course on Epidemiology
This is a course co-organized by the EULAR Standing Committee on Epidemiology and Health Services Research and EMEUNET. The main goal of the course is to increase the interest, knowledge and skills of young researchers in epidemiology and stimulate critical thinking in the design and interpretation of clinical research studies. It is a course that is also meant to bring young researchers to gather, get them in close contact with widely known faculty and foster collaborations across young rheumatologists and researchers.
Reports from previous courses:
Epidemiology Course 2012 - Berlin
Epidemiology Course 2013 - Berlin
Epidemiology Course 2014 - Berlin
Epidemiology Course 2013 & 2014 - Berlin
Epidemiology Course 2017 - Berlin
Next Course - Where and When?
Date to be announced.
This 2-day course is aimed at young rheumatologists/HPR/researchers with at least some previous experience in epidemiology/outcomes research/clinical trials/statistics.
The main goal of the course is to increase the interest, knowledge and skills of young researchers in epidemiology and outcome measures and to stimulate critical thinking in the design and reading of research studies. Furthermore, the course will also allow young researchers to get together, which will facilitate future collaborations; as well as interact with the prestigious speakers.
For more information, please refer to the attached flyer and/or the course description:
EULAR Website - Epidemiology Course
Course Flyer with programme.
This EULAR Course costs 425 euros (with 1 night accommodation) or 500 Euros (with 2 nights accommodation); this includes the courses, all meals and hotel (so additionally you only have to pay the travel costs). You may also ask for a EULAR bursary which will cover the Course costs (or ask for pharma company support if you wish).
How to participate?
The number of participants is limited to 45 participants and this is a competitive application process!
Applicants will be selected based on their curriculum vitae/application form.
The epidemiology course application form should be sent to Mrs Gaëlle Notzli, c/o MCI Suisse SA
Phone: +41 22 33 99 628
Fax: +41 22 33 99 601