Why are knowledge and skills about designing, conducting and interpreting research so important for all health care professionals? Because research provides evidence for national and international guidelines and ultimately improves the quality of healthcare. In addition, this will help you design and conduct your own research to get an answer on your own questions. This course gives an introduction to the methodological and statistical skills needed to design, conduct, report and interpret quantitative, qualitative and systematic literature research in the field of healthcare. Self study is combined with meetings that can either be followed online or at our campus and a two-day intensive training at our campus. Due to COVID-19 this two-day intensive training can also be followed online.
In July 2021 we open this course for international participants for the third time. This course, which is one of the building blocks leading to a degree in MSc Radiation Oncology, will cover the knowledge and skills needed to appraise and undertake health-related research. Topics in this course are:
- Developing a Research Question
- Research methods for three main types of research
- Systematic Review
- Data Collection
- Data Analyses
- Academic writing
The course is suitable for healthcare professionals with a bachelor’s degree or higher, who work or have affinity with the (para)medical field and who have preferably some knowledge of or experience with conducting research.
Organizers and teachers
The course director is Moniek van Klink. The teaching faculty consists of epidemiologists and experts in research methodology.
For more information about the course please contact the course director Moniek van Klink; e-mail: Moniek.vanKlink@inholland.nl/ phone +31-6 21115582
For all practical information, please contact the secretariat; e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org/ phone: +31-884 663 030
|Course fee|| € 3195,- (this includes the two-day intensive course at our campus,
but not the travel and accommodation costs)
JUL-2021 – MAR-2022, online kick-off (1 Jul for early registrants/
The two-day intensive training will be on 6 and 7 December
Qualitative Research Assignment
|Venue||Inholland University of Applied Sciences, Haarlem, The Netherlands|
|Needed for online sessions||
Laptop with headset and webcam, broadband internet connection,