Programs:

Clinical Epidemiology

Faculty of Health Sciences, Department of Health Research Methods, Evidence & Impact

Clinical epidemiology concerns the advancement and application of health research knowledge for clinical decisions, and is integral to evidence-based medicine.

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Degree Details

Graduate Diploma (G.Dip.)

A part-time course-based online program on the fundamentals of clinical epidemiology, consisting of four full-term courses. A unique option in Canada, this program offers maximum flexibility for working professionals and students, or post-graduate trainees already enrolled in another program, from anywhere in the world.

Areas of Research

No research traineeship or thesis required, course-based education only. Courses include fundamentals of health research and evaluation methods, introduction to biostatistics, introduction to research methods for randomized controlled trials, and systematic review methods.

Length:
16 months
Required Credential:
Honours Bachelor or equivalent
Program Type:
Course based, Online
Program Options:
Part-Time
Typical Entry:
September
Typical Deadline:
March 31st