Summer RDM Mini-Workshop: Data Experts Respond to the DMSP RDM Mini-Workshops are free, open sessions featuring short presentations or demos and provide discussion with the research data community. Visit the Countway Library Calendar for easy registration. This summer we are helping you prepare for the forthcoming NIH Data Management and Sharing Policy. Join us Wednesdays at 12pm EST … Continue reading "Summer RDM Mini-Workshop: Data Experts Respond to the DMSP"
This summer learn from experts on causal inference! Week 1 (June 21 to June 24): This 4-day course introduces concepts and methods for causal inference from observational data. Upon completion of the course, participants will be prepared to further explore the causal inference literature. Topics covered include the g-formula, inverse probability weighting of marginal structural … Continue reading "The CAUSALab’s 2022 Summer Courses on Causal Inference"
Violence against health workers, health facilities and patients has become a pervasive aspect of modern war. Conflict and unrest create a state of insecurity that makes maintaining a functional health system nearly impossible. To weaken an adversary’s resilience and will to fight, hospitals, ambulances, and supply vehicles are commonly targeted by military forces, while health … Continue reading "Protecting Health Care in Conflict Areas: Lessons from Ukraine to Tigray"
Course dates: July 11-July 15, 2022 Application deadline: April 15, 2022 Apply today for "Emotional Well-Being and Physical Health," a five-day short course co-hosted by the Lee Kum Sheung Center … Continue reading "Apply today: “Emotional Well-Being and Physical Health” Summer Short Course"
July 12 – 14, 2022 Improve your Operational Effectiveness with Health Care Project Management Skills In health care, clinical and administrative staff with no formal training in project management often end up leading project teams. These individuals may be subject matter experts, but likely have only a passing knowledge of the science of improvement. To move from … Continue reading "Exec. Ed: Health Care Project Management: The Intersection of Strategy, People, and Process"
July 18 – 22, 2022 Radiological emergency planning is used to mitigate the effects of events such as a release at a nuclear power plant, the detonation of an improvised … Continue reading "Exec. Ed: Radiological Emergency Planning: Terrorism, Security, and Communication"
August 1 – 5, 2022 Work-related injury and illness significantly impact both employee productivity and employers’ bottom line. Beyond these direct costs, public perception of an organization can be adversely affected by health, safety, and environmental issues. Comprehensive Industrial Hygiene: The Application of Basic Principles will help you address these challenges. This online program focuses on how to anticipate, … Continue reading "Exec. Ed. Online: Comprehensive Industrial Hygiene: The Application of Basic Principles"
This interactive online program prepares participants to test and certify systems containing HEPA filtration and gas adsorption systems for nuclear and non-nuclear applications. Participants learn the latest regulatory requirements for nuclear air cleaning, develop an understanding of filtration theory, and gain the experience they need to maintain air purity with a comprehensive filter system. This … Continue reading "Exec. Ed: In-Place Filter Testing Workshop"
Health care systems around the world face growing pressures to provide more effective programs, treatments, and interventions. Health outcomes research is the scientific inquiry that provides the evidence required for optimally developing new therapies, implementing quality of care improvement protocols, and enhancing public health system capacity and capability. In this online program, Harvard’s expert faculty … Continue reading "Exec. Ed. Online: Measurement, Design, and Analysis Methods for Health Outcomes Research"
Benefit-cost analysis is a well-established and widely used approach for systematically assessing the impacts of environmental, health, and safety policies and informing decisions. It is a required component of the policy development process followed by many government agencies and organizations around the world. During the COVID-19 epidemic, benefit-cost analysis has received unprecedented attention. It has … Continue reading "Exec. Ed. Online: Benefit-Cost Analysis: Valuing Life and Health"