Comparative Effectiveness & Implementation Research Training Program Certificate
The advanced certificate in the Comparative Effectiveness and Implementation Research Training Program at NYU School of Medicine is geared toward students who have prior training in foundational clinical research methods (epidemiology or biostatistics, for example) and want to gain a background in comparative effectiveness and implementation research.
If you are interested in this program but do not have experience in clinical research methods, you can be trained in these skills through our MS in clinical investigation.
The certificate program consists of five core courses.
The program takes place over two sessions, the first beginning in June and lasting for two weeks, and the second spanning from September to mid-October. Please note that fall course dates/times are subject to change; final dates will be confirmed by spring 2019.
|Session 1: June 2019||Session 2: September-mid October, 2019|
|Date & Time||Course||Day & Time||Course|
|June 10–14||Introduction to Dissemination and Implementation Science Research*||Mon/Weds 4:00–7:00PM||Meta-Analyses and Systematic Reviews|
|June 17–21||Health Communication Strategies to Engage Patients and the Public*||Tues/Thurs 1:00–4:00PM||Economic Evaluation in Health and Medicine|
|Tues/Thurs 4:00–7:00PM||Advanced Methods in Observational Data Analysis (Biostats III)*|
|*Selective course, students must take two of the three|