Active Synchronous Distance Learning (ASDL) Course - September 2019
The MSc Health Informatics Active Synchronous Distance Learning (ASDL) Course is allied with the MSc in Health Informatics at Swansea University, which was established in 2001 and has an international reputation for excellence. It is an intensive two-year part-time course designed exclusively for healthcare professionals and those who want to increase their knowledge and skills in health informatics, and graduates preparing for a career in health informatics. The course aims to increase knowledge in the domain of health informatics, to help shape a career path in field, whilst equipping those who want to become a professional health informatician with enhanced skills.
The ASDL programme will be delivered by the faculty from the Swansea University Medical School’s health informatics teaching team through video-conferencing facilities located in SJRI in Bangalore, which will provide active synchronous learning, giving the ‘real-time’ experience of studying in the lecture rooms right alongside students at Swansea University in the UK.
For more information on this course and to apply online, visit the Swansea University ASDL Course Website: https://www.swanseauni-asdl.courses/
This hybrid course in Epidemiology and Biostatistics has an online introductory component spread over a week prior to the start of the course and an intensive 8-day face-to-face component. Completion of quizzes at the end of online phase is mandatory prior to attending the face-to-face course. The course introduces research methods, epidemiological designs, and statistical analyses in relation to health sciences. The course aims to integrate theory and application in epidemiology, clinical medicine, public health, and biostatistics.
Online Course: 12th - 22nd June, 2019 &
On-site Course: 25th June - 3rd July, 2019
Course Fee (all inclusive):
Before 12th Julne: Rs. 8,000/- (for students) & Rs. 12,000/- (for faculty)
After 12th Julne: Rs. 12,000/- (for students) & Rs. 17,000/- (for faculty)
Application Process: See the below EpiBio brochure, fill in the registration form and send in the tuition fees
REGISTRATION FOR THIS COURSE IS NOW CLOSED
BBNC Short Course
The Bangalore Boston Nutrition Collaborative has successfully conducted the 2-week short course in International Nutrition Research Methods since 10 years and is planning to continue it in 2020.
Who can Apply:
Potential candidates may be currently involved in nutrition, clinical, research, program, policy, or laboratory work, including medical students, physicians and allied health professionals. Junior faculty in medicine, nursing, and public health at academic institutions throughout India are also invited to participate in this training program. Candidates should demonstrate a strong commitment to public health practice and/or research. Alumni of the BBNC course can also apply.
13th to 24th January, 2020
There is no course fee for participants from India. The candidates will be selected on competitive selection method. The candidates will be provided with the relevant course material (including background reading material and handouts).
Food (lunch during course days) and stay arrangements at St. John's will be made by Bangalore Boston Nutrition Collaborative (BBNC). Travel costs (2nd AC train tickets) will be reimbursed to participants from India.
For Application, CLICK HERE
Didactic lectures (morning) and small group hands on sessions (afternoon) will be given on the following topics:
St. John’s Medical College and Research Institute has substantial experience in running training programs in clinical research for health professionals and personnel involved in clinical research.. Training activities from our group were initiated in the year 2008. This was initially as part of the National Institutes of Health (NIH, USA) Centre of Excellence (CoE) Program to conduct research and training in health research (2009-2014).
Most of our training is conducted in collaboration with PHRI, McMaster University, Canada. To date, we have conducted 17 training programs and have trained 1189 participants from 70 institutions from 40 cities in 7 countries. They include, doctors, nurses, pharmacists, ethics committee members, industry professionals, post graduate students, study coordinators, regulatory officials and health policy makers from India and other countries like Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Kenya, Nairobi, Nigeria, Tanzania and the UK.
As part of our training activities in our CoE program, we conducted nine programs:
The objectives, method and participants are
Objective: To train motivated and dedicated young health professionals who will be able to design and implement research projects that are relevant in the Indian context.
Method: Candidates are selected based on research interests, project proposal, face to face interviews and support of the institution for research activities.
Participants: Health professionals (40 years of age and within 5 years of their Masters Level or higher qualifications (MD, MS, DNB, DM, MCh), employed) 1 year on a regular basis in an Indian Medical Institution.