Learn Key Research Methods From Leading Experts
- How can you use patient reported outcomes data to inform research and clinical practice?
- How can you draw on qualitative perceptions?
- How do you get people to implement improved practices identified by clinical research?
Five of Duke’s noted researchers will answer these and other questions at the Department of Population Health Sciences Summer Institute, June 4-6.
Three Days. Three Essential Research Methods
By working with Duke researchers and engaging in practical learning experiences, the Summer Institute introduces you to three key health science research methods:
- Measurement Science
- Qualitative Methods
- Dissemination & Implementation Science
Who Should Attend
The Summer Institute is geared toward early- to mid-career researchers and professionals working in health care and health services research who want to learn new methods to broaden their research design.
You can attend one, two or all three days
The Summer Institute offers a series of day-long workshops led by Duke Population Health Sciences faculty with the focus changing each day.
- June 4 – Measurement Science
- June 5 – Qualitative Methods
- June 6 – Dissemination & Implementation Science
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