International Primary Care Research Training Curriculum
Every year the International Primary Care Research Training Curriculum starts in Maastricht. This curriculum consists of a two year programme.
Year 1 (Start class) includes one full course week. Year 2 (Advanced course) also consists a full week of training. Adjustments can be made on request. The Start Class is open to any primary care professional who is interested in starting small scale research in his/her (health) centre, as well as beginning PhD's ready to make a start with learning the basics of doing primary care relevant research.
One important backbone of the course week will be the Subgroup sessions and Individual consultations on the research project(s) that you are currently conducting, or have in mind to start with. Maybe you are no further yet than a rough idea of the theme you like to work on. But don't worry, that is exactly how every reseach project once started and the teachers will be happy to help you further.
Aims of the training are to learn, understand and obtain skills to perform original scientific research in primary care, in particular Family Medicine, while supervised. On top of that, to analyze and to report this research in a peer reviewed journal.
For more information on the curriculum structure and subjects of the courses click here.
Laatst gewijzigd: 9 januari 2017