Registration open for fall term courses; CCBIO903, CCBIONEUR910, CCBIONEUR911 and CCBIONEUR912

Dear all

From July 1, it is possible to register for the fall term courses from CCBIO and Neuro-SysMed, and deadline is September 1. For all courses, please register in Studentweb if you are already enrolled at the UiB. If you are not enrolled at the UiB, you register through Søknadsweb, where you simultaneously apply for UiB guest student status.

CCBIO903 – Cancer Research: Ethical, economic and social aspects
When:
September 6-10 and October 11-15, 2021

Focus: The course will focus on aspects such as how to assess the cost-effectiveness of cancer biomarkers, how to make medical decisions when surrounded by risks, uncertainties and even ignorance, what the ‘good life’ can actually mean, and what the future may hold for cancer research. PhD candidates and students will be invited to reflect upon the ethical, economic and social aspects of their own research, in interaction with scholars and other students as well as in an essay.

Responsible: John Cairns, Roger Strand and Anne Blanchard Bremer are academic responsible for the course.

Study points: 5 ECTS

Place: University of Bergen campus, room will be announced. Lunch and coffee/tea will be included. Limited seats available.

Registration (for ECTS): Studentweb or Søknadsweb, deadline September 1. (Registration opens July 1)

Available for non-ECTS participation: No

More info: at the website and the student pages.

 

CCBIONEUR911 – Clinical Trials

When: September 29 – October 1, 2021

Focus: Aspects of clinical trials – from design planning to execution – with learning examples from cancer research and neurological research. The completed program qualifies for a Good Clinical Practice (GCP) certificate.

Responsible: Line Bjørge (CCBIO) and Øivind Grytten Torkildsen (Neuro-SysMed) are academically responsible, and administrative coordinators are Benedicte Sjo Tislevoll for CCBIO and Hilde Norborg for Neuro-SysMed.

Study points: 2 ECTS

Place: University of Bergen campus, room will be announced. Lunch and coffee/tea will be included. Limited seats available: Will not be run through digital platform unless the pandemic situation does not allow on-site participation.

Registration (for ECTS): Studentweb or Søknadsweb, deadline September 1. (Registration opens July 1)

Available for non-ECTS participation: Yes, will be available in separate registration link.

More info: at the website and the student pages.

 

CCBIONEUR910 – Patient and Public Involvement in Medical and Health Research

When: November 3-5, 2021

Focus: To inspire increased user participation in research trials, and will present methods on how to involve user representatives. This is highly relevant to all biomedical research fields, and Patient and Public Involvement is documented to positively impact the relevance and efficacy in medical research. Note: The primary language for this course will be Norwegian.

Responsible: Nina Jebsen (CCBIO), Kjell-Morten Myhr (Neuro-SysMed) and Tone Skår (Neuro-SysMed and VIS) are academic responsible, and coordinators are Pål Tore Bentsen from CCBIO and Hilde Norborg from Neuro-SysMed.

Study points: estimated 2 ECTS

Place: University of Bergen campus, room will be announced. Lunch and coffee/tea will be included. Limited seats available: Will not be run through digital platform unless the pandemic situation does not allow on-site participation.

Registration (for ECTS): Studentweb or Søknadsweb, deadline September 1. (Registration opens July 1)

Available for non-ECTS participation: Yes, for a limited number of patient representatives.

More info: at the website and the student pages.

 

CCBIONEUR912 – Health Innovation

When: November 8-9 and December 2-3, 2021

Focus: To teach PhD candidates and other researchers how to recognize the close connection between research findings and innovation potential. The course will use examples from our own research environments as well as internationally, to showcase the practical route from idea to patent – and beyond.

Responsible: Academic responsible are Agnete Engelsen from CCBIO and Nina Grytten Torkildsen and Magnus Alvestad from Neuro-SysMed. Administrative coordinators are Ning Lu from CCBIO and Hilde Norborg from Neuro-SysMed.

Study points: 4 ECTS

Place: University of Bergen campus, room will be announced. Lunch and coffee/tea will be included. Limited seats available: Will not be run through digital platform unless the pandemic situation does not allow on-site participation.

Registration (for ECTS): Studentweb or Søknadsweb, deadline September 1. (Registration opens July 1)

Available for non-ECTS participation: No.

More info: at the website and the student pages.

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