University credit courses require the standard 39 hours of instruction and course work to receive university credit; currently one course is being offered in the spring semester, with additional topics to be announced.
Fundamentals of Patient-Oriented Research – SPH 566 Special Seminars Course Outline
- 3-credit graduate level course for Alberta students in graduate programs related to health sciences
- Provides critical bridge between general research skills and challenges of patient-oriented research
- Explore theoretical underpinnings and practical implications, as well as research design principles, concepts, methods and applications of patient-oriented research.
- Held in conjunction with the Alberta Summer Institute in Patient-Oriented Research on May 11-13, 2020 in Calgary
Expectations for Students
- Participate in workshops, presentations and discussions
- Complete an online session before the Summer Institute commences
- Participate in classes (in-person) two days after (May 14 & 15).
- Offered through the School of Public Health at the University of Alberta
- Students outside University of Alberta apply through the Western Dean’s Agreement. They are registered when they complete the forms and send them to the Faculty of Graduate Studies Registrar at the University of Alberta
- Western Dean’s Agreement Application Form