McGill University will have summer session course offerings in three levels of pharmacoepidemiology courses. Each session is taught by skilled pharmacoepidemiologists and talented instructors over a 4-day period. A brief breakdown of the summer session is shown below.
June 1st – June 4th: Introduction to Pharmacoepidemiology (Dr. Christel Renoux)
June 8th – June 11th: Intermediate Pharmacoepidemiology (Drs Laurent Azoulay and Kristian Filion)
June 15th – June 18th: Advanced Pharmacoepidemiology (Drs Samy Suissa and Antonios Douros)
** SPECIALIZED COURSES – These courses are offered to complement the traditional pharmacoepidemiology courses.
May 21st – May 22nd: Confounding in Pharmacepidemiology: Modern Control Techniques (Dr. Robert Platt)
May 25th – May 28th: Pharmacoeconomics for Health Technology Assessment (Dr. Jaime Caro)
NOT OFFERED IN 2020/OFFERED AGAIN IN 2021: Digital Pharmacoepidemiology (Dr. David Buckeridge)
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