Short Courses and Summer Schools
The Department offers a variety of short courses in mental health research, policy, research methods and analytical tools. Courses are led and taught by senior members of the Health Service and Population Research department - each of whom is a recognised expert in their field all over the world.
Epidemiology and Statistics for Mental Health Research 2020
Dates: 9-20 March 2020
Run over two weeks this course provides a comprehensive introduction to the fundamentals of designing, conducting, and interpreting research on mental health. Students are provided with a thorough grounding in core epidemiological principles and methods central to mental health research, as well as the appropriate statistical methods for data analysis. Computer based teaching introduces students to using STATA statistical software for data analysis and reporting. The course will be of interest to researchers, PhD students, psychology graduates, and mental health professionals who wish to acquire and/or consolidate knowledge and skills necessary for mental health research.
For further information about the above courses, please email:
HSPR Summer Schools
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