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Doctoral courses (third cycle)

The Health Metrics Unit is the major provider of research training in quantitative medical and health research at the Sahlgrenska Academy. Each year the Health Metrics Unit provides hundreds of PhD students with the opportunity to boost their knowledge in medical statistics, applied health economics and epidemiologic methods.

Spring semester of 2017

Fall semester of 2017

  • Medical Statistics 1 in English (5 credits)
  • Medical Statistics 1 in Swedish (5 credits)
  • Medical Statistics 2 (5 credits)

Spring semester of 2018 (prel.)

  • Medical Statistics 1 in English (5 credits)
  • Medical Statistics 1 in Swedish (5 credits)
  • Medical Statistics 2 (5 credits)
  • Mixed Models
  • Epidemiology and causal inference 2

PhD Course Week and Welcome Day

The Health Metrics PhD course week spring 2017 is held March 6-9 in Academicum's lecture halls and nearby computer labs. To kick off our PhD courses we start March 6 with a Welcome Day. Read more here.

Previously offered courses

  • Experimental design
  • Multivariate statistics
  • Statistics for analytical chemistry
  • Propensity score matching
  • Quantile regressions
  • Analysis of missing data

Future courses

We are continuously discussing topics for courses to offer in future semesters. If you are a doctoral student and interested in a specific statistics or health economics course, please send a Notice of interest and let us know.

You can apply to the courses during the regular application period of the PhD Education Program at the Sahlgrenska Academy.

 

 

Contact Information

Mikael Svensson, PhD

Professor of Applied Health Economics & Head of Unit, Health Metrics at the Sahlgrenska Academy

Phone:
031-786 6783

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