Ph.d.-kursus: "Teorier og metoder i forskning om migration, etnicitet og sundhed
Theories and Methods in Research on Migration, Ethnicity and Health
Provider: Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences
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|Activity no.: 3178-22-00-00|
|Enrollment deadline: 01/10/2022|
|Date and time||31.10.2022, at: 09:00 - 04.11.2022, at: 17:00|
|Course fee||5,880.00 kr.|
|Lecturers||Marie Louise Nørredam|
|Contact person||Annegrethe Hansen E-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Enrolment Handling/Course Organiser||PhD administration E-mail address: email@example.com|
|Aim and content
This course is free of charge for PhD students at Danish universities (except Copenhagen Business School), and for PhD Students from NorDoc member universities. All other participants must pay the course fee.
Anyone can apply for the course, but if you are not a PhD student at a Danish university, you will be placed on the waiting list until enrollment deadline. This also applies to PhD students from NorDoc member universities. After the enrollment deadline, available seats will be allocated to applicants on the waiting list.
A student who has met the objectives of the course will be able to:
1. identify relevant theories guiding research within migration and health
2. understand opportunities and challenges of qualitative research methods within the field
3. understand opportunities and challenges of quantitative research methods within the field
4. understand policy analysis within the field
5. understand challenges regarding ethics and communication within the field
The aim of this PhD course is to provide participants with an interest in migration, ethnicity and health a general introduction to theories and methods within the research field. The concepts of migration and ethnicity and their interrelationship are defined; as well as the complex causal mechanisms behind the effect of migration and ethnicity on health and access to health care. Moreover, methodological challenges including categorisation of ethnicity and the pros and cons of different study designs are addressed.
PhD students interested in the field of migration, ethnicity and health from Denmark and abroad
Relevance to graduate programmes
The course is relevant to PhD students from the following graduate programmes at the Graduate School of Health and Medical Sciences, UCPH:
All graduate programmes
Public Health and Epidemiology
A combination of lectures, exercises and group work
Marie Norredam, professor in migration and health, MESU, Department of Public Health, UCPH.
Charles Agyemang (CA), professor in Migration, ethnicity and global health, Amsterdam University
Marie Norredam (MN), professor in migration and health, MESU, Department of Public Health, UCPH.
Allan Krasnik (AK), professor emeritus, MESU, Department of Public Health, UCPH.
Janne Sørensen (JS), senior consultant, MESU, Department of Public Health, UCPH.
Maria Marti Castaner (MMC), assistant professor, MESU, Department of Public Health, UCPH.
Anne-Sophie Børsch (ASB), post doc, MESU, Department of Public Health, UCPH.
Christopher Montgomery (CM), MESU, Department of Public Health, UCPH.
Kayvan Bozorgmehr (KB), professor in public health and head of the Department of Population Medicine and Health Services Research, University of Bielefeld.
Bernadette Kumar (BK), professor, the Empower School of Health, India; commissioner of the Lancet Commission on Migration and Health and Norwegian Institute of Public Health.
Elisabeth Waagensen (EW), WHO Technical Officer, WHO Copenhagen.
31 October - 04 November 2022
Monday 31-10-2022: 35.0.13
Tuesday 1-11-2022: 4.0.02
Wednesday 2-11-2022: 2.1.55
Thursday 3-11-2022 + Friday 4-11-2022: 4.0.02
Please register before 1 October 2022
Seats to PhD students from other Danish universities will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis and according to the applicable rules. Applications from other participants will be considered after the last day of enrolment.
Note: All applicants are asked to submit invoice details in case of no-show, late cancellation or obligation to pay the course fee (typically non-PhD students). If you are a PhD student, your participation in the course must be in agreement with your principal supervisor.