Academic Programs in Public Health and Epidemiology
At the Berlin School of Public Health (BSPH) you can study Public Health and Epidemiology. The BSPH offers various Master's degree programs and Intensive Short Courses:
Master’s degree programs
- Master of Science in Public Health (MScPH) - a consecutive Master's program in Public Health, which directly follows a Bachelor's program (language of instruction: German and English)
- Master of Public Health and Master of Science in Epidemiology - two continuing education (executive) Master's programs in Public Health and Epidemiology designed for individuals with professional experience (language of instruction: German and English)
- Master of Science in Applied Epidemiology - a continuing education (executive) Masters program which takes place at the Robert Koch-Institute
Intensive Short Courses
The Intensive Short Courses (ISCs) provide an opportunity to strengthen and expand scientific skills in courses up to one week long (language of instruction: English). Further information can be found here.
The Berlin School of Public Health (BSPH) is a collaborative initiative of three universities in Berlin:
- Alice Salomon University of Applied Sciences (ASH)
- Charité - Universitätsmedizin Berlin
- Technische Universität Berlin (TU)
The following pages provide information about the Berlin School of Public Health. Find out what makes the BSPH so special!
17.08.2020 To 21.08.2020
Rolf H.H. Groenwold / Maarten van Smeden: "Causal research and prediction modeling"
Intensive Short Course
The intent of this intensive short course is to strengthen the methodological skills of the research community. Upon successful completion of the course, participants will have a deeper understanding of methods in causal and prediction research and increased confidence in how to apply these tools in their everyday research practice.
23.09.2020 To 25.09.2020
Merrick Zwarenstein / Lars Hemkens: "Designing pragmatic trials for real world evidence""
Intensive Short Course
This course introduces participants to design such trials, focusing on the pragmatic approach and trials aiming to support decision-making in the real world. It will consider emerging technologies and routinely collected data that are increasingly shaping the future of randomized trial evidence generation. The course is intensive, experiential, and intended for individuals or small teams who are interested in real world evidence.