Here are 4 reasons you should study clinical epidemiology at the University of Sydney.
You will receive rigorous, structured end-to-end training enabling you to contribute at all stages along the clinical research pathway – concept, design, statistical analysis, translating into practice and implementing in policy and guidelines. Most students aim to do research projects that are part of their clinical training requirements, but some proceed to do a PhD to become a career clinical researcher.
Learning the skills required to do high quality clinical research underpins and drives evidence-based clinical practice. You will acquire the skills to find, interpret and evaluate research evidence to improve patient care and health outcomes.
As a clinical epidemiology student, you will learn from leading clinical epidemiologists with clinical backgrounds who have extensive experience in doing clinical research.
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Our clinical epidemiology programs are designed with busy professionals in mind. They can be completed 100% online, with part and full-time study options available.
Most subjects do not have fixed-time components such as webinars, allowing you to study at your own pace. Some subjects have optional face-to-face components for students who want some on-campus experience. You only pay for the units you enrol in each semester and your course may be tax deductible.
Our courses are designed for:
* A successful applicant for admission to the Master of Medicine (Clinical Epidemiology) requires the University of Sydney Doctor of Medicine (MD) or equivalent qualification.
Other health professionals, clinical researchers and medical students may be eligible to enter the Master of Science in Medicine (Clinical Epidemiology) degree.
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