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"
More than 26,000 cases of the monkeypox virus have now been identified across nearly 90 countries. Vaccines and treatments are being rolled out by health agencies around the world, most of which are responding to the first significant monkeypox outbreak within their country. Early outbreak response bears a striking resemblance to the early HIV/AIDS response; … Continue reading "Monkeypox in the Global Context: Combatting Racism and Intersectional Stigma"
This online course offers a comprehensive introduction to biostatistics in medical research. The course includes a review of the most common techniques in the field, as well as the manner … Continue reading "Applied Biostatistics Certificate: Methods & Applications"
Do you want to meet ambitious peers and become part of a tight community focused on the future of innovation? Are you curious about what ventures are already being built right here at Harvard? Join us at a virtual Meet the i-lab Session on Thursday, August 25, from 12–1 pm ET, open to all Harvard … Continue reading "Meet the i-lab"
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"
Community engagement in research provides an opportunity for greater trust and respect to be built between academic researchers and communities and, ultimately, improved community health. Therefore, this course was designed for both researchers and community members in mind. The purpose of this online course is two-fold: to build the skills of researchers to develop trusting … Continue reading "Community-Engaged Research Online Course"
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"
September 20 – 23, 2022 Every day public health information is generated and made available to the public about diseases, public policies, new products, and corporate behavior. People are accessing this information in real time via traditional news, online media, social media and word of mouth. The public’s near-instant access to this unfiltered information presents significant new … Continue reading "Exec. Ed. Online: Applied Risk Communication for the 21st Century"
The Dana-Farber/Harvard Cancer Center (DF/HCC) Population Science Programs host “Brief Updates” series by inviting members of the scientific community to share advancements, build new collaborations, promote active communication, and show synergy across thematic areas. Our next “Brief Updates” will focus on the topic of Obesity, Metabolism, and Cancer. We will feature an exciting panel discussion with … Continue reading "DF/HCC Brief Updates on Obesity, Metabolism, and Cancer"
September 26 – 30, 2022 Improving environmental health and safety performance within your organization requires an in-depth understanding of management principles and the leadership skills to drive change. You need to be able to build leadership buy-in for health, safety, and environmental initiatives, lead teams effectively, and create strategies for integrating EHS principles into the culture of … Continue reading "Exec. Ed. Online: Management and Leadership Skills for EHS Professionals"