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Pharmacoepidemiology Summer School in Denmark

A week-long course titled Assessing risks and benefits of treatments: methodological issues is a collection of advanced master classes taught by international experts in pharmacoepidemiology and comparative effectiveness research.


[Translate to English:] Department of Clinical Epidemiology is hosting its fourth annual summer school.

Date Mon 12 Jun Fri 16 Jun
Time 08:30    13:00
Location Kystvejen’s Hotel and Conference Center in Grenaa, Denmark.

Who should participate? PhD students, postdocs, clinicians, and other professionals seeking to advance their skills and knowledge. Basic to intermediate knowledge of pharmacoepidemiology and biostatistics is assumed.

Program and faculty 

DayTopic Faculty 
12-13 June 
Advanced topics in
Prof. Alan Brookhart
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Dr. Leah McGrath 
14 June 
Missing data issues Prof. Irene Petersen
University College London 
15 June 
Self-controlled designsAssociate Prof. Ian Douglas 
London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine
June 16 
(half day)
Perinatal and reproductive
Prof. Irene Petersen 
University College London 
Prof. Vera Ehrenstein 
Aarhus University 

Course fee For participants from the public sector, we are pleased to offer a reduced course fee of DKK 6,500 (Early Bird offer DKK 6,000) thanks to generous support from the Department of Clinical Epidemiology. Course fee for participants from private sector is DKK 11,500 (Early Bird offer DKK 10,000).

Course fee includes:

• Full tuition

• Five-night stay at Kystvejen’s Hotel and Conference Center in Grenaa*

• Breakfast, lunch, tea/coffee, cake, and fresh fruit Monday-Friday

• Course certificate

• A complimentary course dinner 

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