Duke University Population Health Summer Institute
Date(s): June 7-18
Register by May 17.
The virtual Summer Institute is offering ten workshops, taught by Duke Faculty, to support individual research goals. The goal is to provide a foundation in population health sciences and apply new research methods. This year, the institute is offering two topical introductory courses in Population Health Sciences and Patient-Reported Outcomes (PROs) that touch on research methods. The remaining eight offer a variety of research methods in a more specific context.
- Introduction to Population Health Sciences
- Dissemination, Implementation, & Improvement Science
- Introduction to Patient-Reported Outcome Measures
- It Isn’t Just About Talking to People: Why We Need Solid Qualitative Studies When Developing and Using Patient-Reported Outcome Measures
- Implementation and Healthcare Delivery Science
- Employing Mixed Methods Approaches for Population Health Research
- Qualitative Study Design, Implementation, and Dissemination
- Applied Qualitative Thematic Analysis
- Stakeholder-Engaged Research Approaches
- From Stories to Evidence: Quantitative
Patient-Preference Data for Health and Health Care Decision Making
Who Should Attend?
Students, trainees, and early- to mid-career researchers and professionals who work in health care and health services research and want to learn new topics in population health and new research methods.
For more information and to register, view the institute’s website.