Pharmacoepidemiology Research Methods

Pharmacoepidemiology Research Methods

EPID 666
Pharmacoepidemiology Research Methods
Spring term
1 course unit
Prerequisite: 
EPID 510 or equivalent; EPID 526 or equivalent; a course that covers logistic regression, such as EPID 527 or equivalent; and permission of instructor

The purpose of this course is to explore and integrate concepts and considerations that are key to the conduct of pharmacoepidemiologic research. The format will be a mixture of seminar, instructor-led discussion, student-led discussion, and student presentations. Papers from the applied and methods literature will be used to illustrate concepts and as springboards for discussion. Topics covered include use of automated databases, pharmacogenomics, and approaches to addressing confounding.

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