Past SSPh+ PhD Courses

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2017
 05.07.2017-07.07.2017 Applied Bayesian Statistics in Medical Research (Epidemiology, advanced)
SSPH+ PhD Course
Prof. Marcel Zwahlen
Institute of Social and Preventive Medicine ISPM, University of Bern
Dr. Simon Wandel, Novartis Pharma AG, Basel
19.06.2017-20.06.2017  Basics of Ethics in Health Sciences Research (General Courses, basic)
SSPH+ PhD and GHS course
 Dr. Verina Wild, Institute for Biomedical Ethics and History of Medicine, University of Zurich and Faculty of Philosophy, Ludwig-Maximilians University, Munich, et al.
at University of Bern
 16.05.2017-17.05.2017  Vision of a Learning Health System (Health System Research, basic)
PhD Program in Health Sciences, University of Lucerne
 Prof. Charles Friedman, Department of Learning Health Sciences, University of Michigan Medical School, USA,
at University of Lucerne
10.05.2017-12.05.2017 Systematic Reviews and Meta-Analysis: A Practical Approach (Epidemiology and general courses, basic)
SSPH+ PhD Course
Prof. Matthias Egger
Institute of Social and Preventive Medicine ISPM, University of Bern
02.05.2017-03.05.2017 Analyzing Health Systems and Health Systems Performance (Health System Research, basic)
PhD Program in Health Sciences, University of Lucerne
Prof. Rifat Atun, Harvard University, at University of Lucerne
26.04.2017-28.04.2017 The Global Fight against Cancer:  Where are we with the big breakthrough? How do we tackle it with epidemiology?  (Epidemiology, basic and advanced)
Spring School of Global Health, Geneva
Dr Elisabetta Rapiti, Robin Schaffar,Geneva Cancer Registry, Global Health Institute, University of Geneva
26.04.2017-28.04.2017 Global Health at the Human-Animal-Ecosystem Interface
(General Courses and Soft Skills, Social and behavioural Science in Health Research, basic and advanced)
Spring School of Global Health, Geneva
Dr. Rafael Ruiz de Castañeda and Dr. Isabelle Bolon, Institute of Global Health, University of Geneva
26.04.2017-28.04.2017 Understanding Health Inequalities in Modern Societies: From Contemplation to Implementation (General Courses and Soft Skills, Social and behavioural Science in Health Research, basic and advanced)
Spring School of Global Health, Geneva

Prof. Johannes Siegrist, Senior Professor of Work Stress Research, Faculty of Medicine, University of Duesseldorf
Dr. Silvia Stringhini, Senior lecturer, Institute of Social and Preventive Medicine, Lausanne University Hospital
24.04.2017-26.04.2017 Mastering Global Health Information in the Digital Age
(General courses and Soft Skills, basic and advanced)
Spring School of Global Health, Geneva

Robert Bourgoing, BCL/LLB, Executive Director, AidInfoPlus, former Manager of Online Communications at
The Global Fund to fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria
Dr. Stefanie Schütte, Researcher, Centre Virchow-Villermé for Public Health Paris-Berlin, University Paris Descartes, FR
24.04.2017-26.04.2017 Vaccine Introduction: Points for Consideration (Health System Research, basic and advanced)
Spring School of Global Health, Geneva

Prof. Annelies Wilder-Smith, Infectious Diseases Director, Global Health and Vaccinology Programme, Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine, SG
24.04.2017-26.04.2017 Policy Briefs on the Agenda of the World Health Assembly (WHA) 2017  (General courses and Soft Skills, Health System Research, basic and advanced)
Spring School of Global Health, Geneva
Prof. Antoine Flahault, Director, Institute of Global Health, University of Geneva
Dr. Michaela Told, Executive Director, Global Health Centre, the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies
Prof. Leonel Valdivia, University of Santiago, Chile
24.04.2017-26.04.2017 Urbanization and Health in a Climate Change Context (General courses and Soft Skills, Social and behavioural Science in Health Research, basic and advanced)
Spring School of Global Health, Geneva
Prof. Jean Simos and Dr. Nicola Cantoreggi, Institute of Global Health, University of Geneva, CH
Dr. Oumar Cissé, Director, African Institute of Urban Management (IAGU), Daka, SEN
24.04.2017-26.04.2017 Global Mental Health comes of age : an overview of Progress and Pending Challenges  (Health System Research, Social and behavioural Science in Health Research, basic and advanced)
Spring School of Global Health, Geneva
Prof. Benedetto Saraceno, Director, Lisbon Institute for Global Mental – NOVA Universidad, Lisbon, PT
Prof. Emiliano Albanese, Director, WHO Collaborating Center for Training and Research in Mental Health, University of Geneva
07.03.2017-08.03.2017 Medical Decision Making (basic)
(Health System Research)
PhD Program in Health Sciences, University of Lucerne
Prof. Brendan Delaney,
Dr. Olga Kostopoulou,
Imperial College London
06.03.2017-08.03.2017 Writing a Journal Article… and Getting it Published (General Courses and Soft Skills)
SSPH+ PhD Course
Prof. Claudia Kuehni,
Institute of Social and Preventive Medicine ISPM, University of Bern
21.02.2017-22.02.2017 Introduction to the Statistical Software R (basic)
(General Courses and Soft Skills) (Epidemiology)
SSPH+ PhD Course
Dr. Jan Hattendorf
Swiss Tropical and Public Health Institute, University of Basel
30.01.2017-01.02.2017 Qualitative Health Research: Advanced Module (Social and behavioural Science in Health Research) (advanced)
SSPH+ PhD Course
Prof. Brigit Obrist,
Institute of Social Anthropology, University of Basel and Swiss Tropical and Public Health Institute, University of Basel
26.01.2017-27.01.2017 Qualitative Health Research: Introductory Module (Social and behavioural Science in Health Research) (basic)
SSPH+ PhD Course
Prof. Brigit Obrist,
Institute of Social Anthropology, University of Basel and Swiss Tropical and Public Health Institute, University of Basel
19.01.2017-21.01.2017 Prognostic research: basics to modelling (Epidemiology, advanced)
Swiss Epidemiology Winter School, Wengen
Prof. Margaret May, University of Bristol,
Prof. Matthias Egger, University of Bern
19.01.2017-21.01.2017 Assessing bias in randomized and non-randomized studies: new approaches, new tools (Epidemiology, advanced)
Swiss Epidemiology Winter School, Wengen
Prof. Jonathan Sterne, University of Bristol
19.01.2017-21.01.2017 Causal inference in observational epidemiology (Epidemiology, advanced)
Swiss Epidemiology Winter School, Wengen
Prof. Miguel Hernan, Harvard University,
Prof. Marcel Zwahlen, University of Bern
16.01.2017-18.01.2017 Flexible parametric survival models (Epidemiology, advanced)
Swiss Epidemiology Winter School, Wengen
Prof. Paul Lambert, University of Leicester and Karonlinska Institutet
16.01.2017-18.01.2017 Mendelian randomization: theory and application  (Epidemiology, advanced)
Swiss Epidemiology Winter School, Wengen
Prof. George Davey Smith, University of Bristol,
Prof. Caroline Relton, University of Newcastle
16.01.2017-18.01.2017 Statistical analysis with missing data using multiple imputation and inverse probability weighting (Epidemiology, advanced)
Swiss Epidemiology Winter School, Wengen
Prof. James Carpenter, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine
16.01.2017-18.01.2017 Network meta-analysis: a practical approach
(Epidemiology, advanced)
Swiss Epidemiology Winter School, Wengen
Prof. Georgia Salanti, University of Bern,
Prof. Julian Higgins, University of Bristol
 2016
07.11.2016-
10.11.2016
GIS_in Public Health (basic & advanced)(Epidemiology and general courses)
SSPH+ PhD Course
Dr. Danielle Vienneau, Dr. Kees de Hoogh
Swiss Tropical and Public Health Institute, University of Basel
17.10.2016-
19.10.2016
Multilevel modeling: analysis of clustered data (advanced) (Epidemiology/ Social and Behavioral Science in Health Research)
SSPH+ PhD Course

Prof. Martin Röösli
Swiss Tropical and Public Health Institute, University of Basel
 19.10.2016 Measuring the Quality of Hospital Treatments – Pitfalls and Perspectives (basic and advanced)
PhD Program in Health Sciences, University of Lucerne
Prof. Thomas Mansky, Technical University of Berlin
03.10. 2016-
07.10.2016
 Social sciences in public health (advanced) (Social and behavioral Science in Health Research)
SSPH+ PhD Course
Prof. Thomas Abel, Institute of Social and Preventive Medicine, University of Bern
Prof. Claudine Burton-Jeangros, University of Geneva
05.09.2016-09.09.2016 Observational epidemiology workshop: advanced methods for data and exposure-response analyses (advanced) (Epidemiology)
SSPH+ PhD Course
Prof. Joel Schwartz, Harvard School of Public Health, USA
Prof. Martin Röösli, Swiss Tropical and Public Health Institute, University of Basel
01.09.2016- 03.09.2016 Leadership via communication (General courses and soft skills)
Summer School in Public Health Policy, Economics and Management, Lugano
Prof. François Lagarde,
Université de Montréal
29.08.2016-31.08.2016 eHealth: Information and communication technology in health  (General courses and soft skills)
Summer School in Public Health Policy, Economics and Management, Lugano
Deadline for registration was 20 July 2016
Martin Raab, Swiss TPH, University of Basel
Prof. Antoine Geissbuhler, University of Geneva, Gonçalo Castro, Swiss TPH, University of Basel
29.08.2016-31.08.2016 All-inclusive public health leadership – principles and practice (General courses and soft skills)
Summer School in Public Health Policy, Economics and Management, Lugano
Prof. Katarzyna Czabanowska,
University of Maastricht and Krakow
29.08.2016-31.08.2016 Strategic project Management  (General courses and soft skills)
Summer School in Public Health Policy, Economics and Management, Lugano
Dr. Axel Hoffmann,
Swiss TPH, University of Basel
Bernadette Peterhans,
Swiss TPH, University of Basel
 

29.08.2016-03.09.2016

Public mental health: evaluation of programs and policy (basic and advanced)  (Health System Research)
Summer School in Public Health Policy, Economics and Management, Lugano

Prof. Emiliano Albanese, University of Geneva
Prof. Martin Knapp, London School of Economics and Political Science

29.08.2016-
03.09.2016
Methodology and practical application of economic evaluation in health care (basic and advanced)  (Health System Research)
Summer School in Public Health Policy, Economics and Management, Lugano
Professor Michael Drummond,  University of York
Marco Barbieri, University of York
Professor Urs Brügger, Winterthur Institute of Health Economics, University of Zurich
29.08.2016-31.08.2016 An introduction to system approaches in health (basic and advanced)  (Health System Research)
Summer School in Public Health Policy, Economics and Management, Lugano
Dr. Ligia Paina
Johns Hopkins University School of Public Health, Baltimore
29.08.2016-31.08.2016 Bridging the gap between evidence and policy making (basic and advanced)  (Health System Research)
Summer School in Public Health Policy, Economics and Management, Lugano
Prof. Andrew Street,
University of York
29.08.2016-31.08.2016 Tackling the challenge of chronic illness from patient/ family and health care organization perspective (basic and advanced) (Health System Research)
Summer School in Public Health Policy, Economics and Management, Lugano
Prof. Sabina DeGeest, University of Basel
Prof. Dunja Nicca,
University of Basel
01.09.2016-03.09.2016 Public health and health services approaches for non-communicable diseases (NDC) prevention and control (basic and advanced)  (Health System Research)
Summer School in Public Health Policy, Economics and Management, Lugano
Prof. Pascal Bovet, University of Lausanne, Prof. Kaspar Wyss, Swiss TPH, University of Basel
01.09.2016-03.09.20016 Health Financing Policies, Health System Performance and Obstacles to Universal Health Coverage (basic and advanced)  (Health System Research)
Summer School in Public Health Policy, Economics and Management, Lugano
Dr. Fabrizio Tediosi,  Swiss TPH, University of Basel
Dr. David B Evans, Swiss TPH, University of Basel Dr. Gabriela Flores,  World Health Organization
01.09.2016-03.09.20016 Multisectoral approaches for health: Implications for Policy and Practice (basic and advanced) (Health System Research)
Summer School in Public Health Policy, Economics and Management, Lugano
Ms. Carmel Williams, Government of South Australia
Dr. Eugenio Raul Villar Montesinos, WHO
Mr. Claude Meyer, WHO Dr. Karin Gross, Global Programme Health, SDC, EDA