Seminar in Study Design I

Numbering Code P-PUB01 8K026 LB90 Year/Term 2021 ・ First semester
Number of Credits 1 Course Type Lecture
Target Year Professional degree students Target Student
Language Japanese and English Day/Period Mon.5
Instructor name KAWAKAMI, KOJI (Graduate School of Medicine Professor)
NAKAYAMA TAKEO (Graduate School of Medicine Professor)
TAKAHASHI YOSHIMITSU (Graduate School of Medicine Associate Professor)
IWAMI TAKU (Agency for Health, Safety and Environment Professor)
OKABAYASHI SATOE (Agency for Health, Safety and Environment Assistant Professor)
IMANAKA YUUICHI (Graduate School of Medicine Professor)
FURUKAWA TOSHIAKI (Graduate School of Medicine Professor)
SASAKI NORIKO (Graduate School of Medicine Program-Specific Associate Professor)
TAKEUCHI MASATO (Graduate School of Medicine Associate Professor)
KOBAYASHI DAISUKE (Agency for Health, Safety and Environment Assistant Professor)
YAMAMOTO YOUSUKE (Graduate School of Medicine Professor)
SAKAGAMI YUU (Agency for Health, Safety and Environment Professor)
MIZUNO KAYOKO (Graduate School of Medicine Assistant Professor)
NAKASHIMA MASAYUKI (Graduate School of Medicine Program-Specific Assistant Professor)
furihata ryuji (Agency for Health, Safety and Environment Associate Professor)
nakagami yukako (Agency for Health, Safety and Environment Assistant Professor)
HASEDA MAHO (Graduate School of Medicine Program-Specific Assistant Professor)
GOTO YOSHIHITO (Graduate School of Medicine Program-Specific Assistant Professor)
Outline and Purpose of the Course This course will discuss study designs and protocols in clinical epidemiology based on student's clinical questions.
Course Goals ・To be able to convert clinical questions to structured research question
・To be able to build study protocol from research question
・To be able to communicate study plan effectively with peers
Schedule and Contents *Online lecture / Discussion*
① April 12 Guidance
② April 19 Discussion
③ May 10 Discussion
④ May 17 Discussion
⑤ May 24 Discussion
⑥ May 31 Discussion
⑦ June 7 Discussion
⑧ June 14 Discussion
⑨ June 21 Discussion
⑩ June 28 Discussion
⑪ July 5 Discussion
⑫ July 12 Discussion
⑬ July 19 Discussion
⑭ July 26 Discussion
⑮ August 2 Discussion
Evaluation Methods and Policy Course assignment (30%)
Presentation (70%)
Course Requirements Class for MCR restricted
Study outside of Class (preparation and review) Methods of Instruction
・Didactic lectures
・Student's presentation and discussion
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