SHORT COURSES IN EPIDEMIOLOGY AND BIOSTATISTICS OFFERED BY THE SCHOOL OF PUBLIC HEALTH, MAKERERE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF HEALTH SCIENCES

The School of Public Health, College of Health Sciences, Makerere University is offering short courses in Epidemiology and Biostatistics to graduates of various disciplines. This is in response to increasing demand for research and analytical skills at places of work and among post graduate students and researchers. Applications are requested for the following courses:

The courses are;
a. Applied Biostatistics I: Basic Data Analysis
b. Applied Biostatistics I: Data Management
c. Applied Biostatistics II: Logistic Regression,
d. Principles and Practice of Epidemiology
e. Clinical and Community Trials

Applied Biostatistics I: Basic Data Analysis, Applied Biostatistics I: Data Management and Principles and Practice of Epidemiology courses will run concurrently from 4th to 15th July 2016
while Applied Biostatistics II: Logistic Regression and Clinical and Community trials will run from 18th to 29th July 2016. A lot of time on the courses is allocated for on-hands/practical
sessions or field work.

The deadline for submission of the applications is Friday 17th June 2016 but it is better to apply early. The cost of each course is US$225 (or Ug Shs 750,000/=) for Ugandans and US$
300 for non-Ugandans. The fee covers reading materials, stationery, tea, lunch and bag.

For application forms and more details please visit the website at:
http://www.musph.ac.ug/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&layout=... or contact the following at the school of public health: course administrator, Ms Max Walusimbi,
email mwalusimbi@musph.ac.ug, tel +256-772-449555, Deputy Coordinator Dr. Victoria Nankabirwa on email vnankabirwa@musph.ac,ug, tel +256-755-757-460 or the coordinator Assoc
Prof Nazarius Mbona Tumwesigye, email naz@musph.ac.ug +256-782-447771. Participants should indicate the specific course(s) they are applying for. Participants can select only one
option for the courses offered concurrently.