EPINOR -National research school in population based epidemiology
EPINOR is established to improve the quality and capacity of the Norwegian PhD education in epidemiological theory, methodology, and implementation of new statistical methods. The school is a cooperation between the universities in Oslo, Bergen, Trondheim and Tromsø, and it is open to all PhD-students in Norway that match EPINORs scientific profile. We offer funding of PhD students activities, and various forms of support to course teachers and supervisors.
We regret to inform you that we have to cancel this year’s summer school because of the situation with the Corona virus. We will try organize the same summer school later. We will inform you about the dates as soon as possible.
I am a midwife, and a PhD candidate at the University of Bergen in collaboration with Western Norway University of Applied Sciences. My thesis include three epidemiological studies, and the topic for my thesis is migration and adverse neonatal outcomes.
Being an active EPINOR member from the University of Tromsø made it possible for me to attend a one-week long course on new statistical methods for causal inference (MF9570) at the University of Oslo in November 2019. It was a fantastic, hefty teaching of counterfactuals and mediation analysis.
Happy new year! EPINOR distribute grants three times in 2020, remember to read the guidelines carefully. Make sure you hold the following 2020-dates:8th - 11th June - the EPINOR Summer School in beautiful Solstrand. 30th - 4th December 2020 EPINOR will invite all members to an exclusive course and workshop in Tromsø.
I was fortunate enough to attend a short course in policy evaluation methods organised by the Centre for Microdata Methods and Practice (Cemmap) at the University College of London from the 14th to the 17th of January 2020. This was all thanks to a grant from Epinor.
“Statistical analysis with missing data using multiple imputation and inverse probability weighting”
On June 17 – June 16, 2019, I had the opportunity to visit London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and attend the Short Course “Statistical analysis with missing data using multiple imputation and inverse probability weighting”. This course was a nice birthday present from EPINOR.
On July 1 – June 5, 2019, I was lucky to attend the third course week of the 32nd Residential 3-week Summer Course in Epidemiology in Centro Studi, Tuscany, Italy. My two select topics were ‘Causal methods in epidemiology: Mendelian randomization and triangulation’ and ‘Advanced topics in epidemiology’. Thank for EPINOR supporting me to attend the courses.
From Monday 3rd to Friday 7th June I participated in the PhD-level course ‘Introduction to Structural Equation Modeling’ at NTNU, Trondheim, supported by a grant from EPINOR.