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Professional Specialization Certificate in Population Health Data Analysis

Professional Specialization Certificate in Population Health Data Analysis

What: Webinar
When: October 30, 2019
Time: 14:00 PM
Professional Specialization Certificate in Population Health Data Analysis
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What: Webinar
When: Wednesday, October 30, 2019 or Tuesday, November 19, 2019
Time: 11:00 AM (2:00pm EST)
Where: Online (Register Today! )
 
 
Designed for those who work in health or social sciences fields, the Professional Specialization Certificate in Population Health Data Analysis (PHDA) provides an excellent opportunity to revitalize your current career, earn professional development credits, or get started in a rapidly diversifying field. This unique Continuing Studies at UVic program offers:
  • A flexible, fully online format
  • A diverse set of analytic courses
  • Applied Pro-D training
Apply now for the Professional Specialization Certificate in Population Health Data Analysis or register in one of the following courses available for professional development starting September 2019.

PHDA02: Epidemiological Statistics
This is a basic course in epidemiology, which also covers a variety of analytic topics not commonly addressed in elementary statistics courses. This course will introduce students to the field of epidemiology. Students will critically evaluate articles in the epidemiologic literature and examine epidemiologic methods including:
  • data collection
  • study design and statistical analysis
  • ratios
  • relative risk
  • contingency tables
  • logistic and Poisson regression
  • measurement error and exposure misclassification
  • imputation of missing values
  • multilevel regression models in epidemiology
 
PHDA06: Health Services Program Monitoring and Evaluation
This course provides hands-on, project-based instruction on the concepts, processes and tools for monitoring and evaluating health services and programs. It covers engaging stakeholders; developing evaluation and monitoring questions; theories of change and logic models; selecting indicators and data collection methods and tools; reporting; and ethics and quality assurance in monitoring and evaluation.
We will explore a variety of monitoring and evaluation approaches and discuss standards of practice, ethical considerations, and continuous learning in monitoring and evaluation.  Special topics on cultural competencies will also be covered.
 
These two courses run January to April 2020 and applications for the full program are accepted year round. Registration for January courses is open until January 2nd, 2020, subject to availability. Please review program eligibility requirements on the website and allow time for your application to be processed prior to the registration deadline. All students must apply online for both the full certificate and to take professional development courses.
 
These fully online, non-credit courses are offered as a partnership between Population Data BC, the University of Victoria, Division of Continuing Studies and the Department of Geography.
 
For more information:
Melissa Payne, Program Assistant
Continuing Studies at UVic
250-721-8481 | phda@uvic.ca
 

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