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RESEARCH TRAINING

The Graduate School of Health handles the basic module "Research Training – Module I" which is a mandatory part of the research training programme for doctors enrolled in medical specialist training (speciallægeuddannelsen) in the North Denmark Region.

In addition, Aarhus University has created an advanced studies course in research training ("Research Training - Module II"). The course addresses doctors enrolled in a study programme who have completed the basis module “Research Training - Module I”, and to whom no independent advanced studies course is available. This course is also handled by the Graduate School of Health.

Research Training Module I (basic)

Information about Research Training Module I

The basic module “Research Training – module I” covers research questions, evidence scores and literature search, among other things. This is carried out through “journal clubs” where the clinical consequence of the research is being assessed. 

See full course description for Research Training - Module I (PDF) (in Danish)

 

Important information 2022!

 

We have 26 seats available for each of the courses in Aarhus and 20 seats available in Aalborg (course dates for 2022 tbc).

Enrollment on 2022 courses is via the PhD Course Management System.

You will find a link to an enrollment guide on this page.

All applicants will be placed on a waiting list upon enrollment and the first 70 % of the seats are allocated on a first come, first served basis until the 70 % has been reached.

Once the application deadline has passed, the last 30 % of seats is allocated to applicants who are expected to finish their research training first.

All course information will be sent to you by e-mail. You will receive confirmation of enrollment both if you are placed on a waiting list and also if you have been accepted on the course.

Closer to the course starting date, you will receive relevant course information. Please check your spam folder for course e-mails should you not have received any course information prior to the starting date.

Upcoming courses and enrollment 2022

Aarhus courses

501/66 – 7 – 9 February 2022 - ended

501/67 – 19 - 21 April 2022 - ended

501/68 – 19 – 21 September 2022 - ended

501/69 – 21 - 23 November 2022 - cancellation deadline 25/10/22

Aalborg courses

503/23 - 2 - 4 May 2022 - ended

503/22 - 7 - 9 November 2022 - cancellation deadline 25/10/22

Please find the enrollment guide here.

Upcoming courses and enrollment 2023

Aarhus courses

501/70 – 16-18 January 2023 – Application deadline 19/12/22

501/71 – 13-15 March 2023 – Application deadline 13/02/23

501/72 – 22-23 August – To be announced

501/73 – 2-4 October – To be announced

Aalborg Courses

503/23 – To be announced

503/24 – To be announced

Please find the enrollment guide here.

Research Training Module II (advanced)

Information about Research Training Module II

The course is an advancement of the basic module "Research Training - Module I", and it is emphasised that course participants use their clinical working day as a starting point.

In addition to the content of the basis module (research questions, evidence scores and literature search etc.), Module II covers detailed research training within statistics, epidemiology, clinically controlled studies, qualitative research as well as quality insurance and accreditation. Furthermore, students will continue to work with the mandatory paper on research training.

See full course description for Research Training - Module I (PDF) (in Danish)

 

 

Important information 2022!

 

We have 26 seats available for each of the courses.

Enrollment on 2022 courses is via the PhD Course Management System.

You will find a link to an enrollment guide on this page.

All applicants will be placed on a waiting list upon enrollment and the first 70 % of the seats are allocated on a first come, first served basis until the 70 % has been reached.

Once the application deadline has passed, the last 30 % of seats is allocated to applicants who are expected to finish their research training first.

All course information will be sent to you by e-mail. You will receive confirmation of enrollment both if you are placed on a waiting list and also if you have been accepted on the course.

Closer to the course starting date, you will receive relevant course information. Please check your spam folder for course e-mails should you not have received any course information prior to the starting date.

Upcoming courses and enrollment 2022

Module II - 2022

502/34 – 28. February + 1.-3. March 2022 - ended

502/35 – 3.-6. October 2022 - ended

Please find the enrollment guide here

Upcoming courses and enrollment 2023

Module II - 2023

502/36 – 1-4 May 2023 – Application deadline 03/04/23

502/37 – 6-9 November 2023 – To be announced

Please find the enrollment guide here

Need help?

Please send an e-mail to: courses.nat.tech.he@au.dk