The information on this page applies to prospective students.
The information on this page applies to prospective students. Current students should refer to their faculty handbooks for course information.
Clinical Epidemiology is the science behind good clinical research and evidence-based clinical decision making. Our programs are designed to develop both clinical researchers and practitioners by teaching the skills needed to generate high quality clinical research, as well as the skills to locate, appraise, interpret and apply the best research evidence to patient care.
This program will also develop the research skills required by many clinical training positions. The course is delivered in a flexible format, with face-to-face, online or block-mode delivery options, suitable for busy professionals.
Our programs are taught by clinicians for clinicians, making them relevant to your professional work.
Why study clinical epidemiology with us?
Who should study this course?
Our courses are designed to meet the needs of both the ‘users’ of clinical epidemiology (those who want their clinical decision making to be based on the best available evidence), and the ‘doers’ of clinical epidemiology (those who want to learn the skills required to do high quality clinical research).