Drug Utilisation Studies: Introduction and Quantitative Methods University of Bordeaux
> The aim of this course is: - To understand the need to study how medicines are used. - To describe the general characteristics of the different methods tostudy the use of medicines, and to identify them. - To know the different methods and measures that allow quantitativeapproach to medicines utilisation. - To carry out critical appraisal of quantitative drug utilisationstudies. - To design, to carry out and to analyze quantitative studies ofmedicines utilisation in different clinical settings.
- Post-graduated leve in Health or Life Sciences. - Language prerequisites: Non-native English speakers must provide acertificate proving a minimum of English B2 level (cf. Europass[http://europass.cedefop.europa.eu/]). - Computer and internet requirement
Assessment is a mix of continuous assessment.
> This course consists of the following parts: - Measurement of drug use. - Overview of drug utilisation studies (DUS). - Quantitative measures of drug utilisation. - Design of quantitative DUS. - How to read papers on quantitative DUS.
Recorded and live lectures, readings, home assignments, on-line quizzes, forums, wikis, live seminars.
Online Course Requirement
- Professionals: 3,000€/year. - Students: 1,500€/year. - No additional costs and no mobility required.Duration: 12 weeksLanguage of instruction: EnglishMode of delivery: E-learning
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