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Specialist training in the North Denmark Region
Research Training – Module I

The Graduate School of Health manages the course in research training – module I. Module I covers the first part of the mandatory research training programme, which is integrated in the medical further education in the North Denmark Region for doctors currently enrolled in the main programme. The first course took place on 9 – 11 January 2006 in Aarhus.

Please refer to course description (Aarhus)

The graduate school offers the following courses in Research Training:

Module I during 2016:

Module I during 2017:  

Enrolment
Please state course title and date as well as your private address to which the graduate school can forward course material.

24 seats are available for the courses in Aarhus, while 20 seats are available for the courses in Aalborg. Seats are allocated on a first come, first served basis.

Last deadline for enrolment is six weeks before the first day of the course. After the deadline for enrolment, all applicants are informed about either enrolment or reference to a future course.


Specialist training in the North Denmark Region
Research Training - Module II

Aarhus University has created an advanced studies course in research training (Research Training - Module II). The course addresses doctors enrolled in a study programme, who have completed the basis module ‘Research Training - Module I’, and to whom no independent advanced studies course is available.

The graduate school offers the following courses in Research Training:

Module II during 2016:

Module II during 2017

Enrolment

Please state course title and date as well as your private address to which the graduate school can forward course material.

24 seats are available for the courses in Aarhus. Seats are allocated on a first come, first served basis.

Last deadline for enrolment is six weeks before the first day of the course. After the deadline for enrolment, all applicants are informed  (via e-mail) about either enrolment or reference to a future course.

The course is an advancement of the basis module ‘Research Training - Module I’, and it is emphasized that course participants use their clinical working day as a starting point. Among other things, the basis module covers research questions, evidence scores and literature search. This is carried on through “journal club” where the clinical consequence of the research is being assessed. In addition to the content of the basis module, Module II covers detailed research training within statistics, epidemiology, clinically controlled studies, qualitative research as well as quality insurance and accreditation. Furthermore, students will continue to work with the mandatory paper on research training.

Module II is created by a group composed by the following members: Thorax surgeon Jes Lindholt, Social medic Berit Andersen, gynecologist and epidemiologist Ulrik Kesmodel, Librarian Ellen Vibeke Knudsen, Infection medic Eskild Pedersen and Infection medic Lars Østergaard. This group will be responsible for managing the course alternately.

Research Training – Module II takes place in Aarhus.

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Revised 15.08.2016