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The Graduate Diploma in Clinical Epidemiology Program now has its own website!

The Health Research Methodology (HRM) Program in the Faculty of Health Sciences provides training at the MSc and PhD level. The goal is to produce graduates with research methods skills that enable them to “push the boundaries of knowledge” relevant to improving clinical practice (including medical education research), strengthening health systems and enhancing population health. 

The HRM Program celebrates over 40 years of excellence and innovation in the training of clinical epidemiologists and health systems researchers.  

For more information on the HRM Program please visit the About Us page. 

Lehana Thabane has been appointed the acting chair of the Department of Health Research Methods, Evidence, and Impact (HEI) of the Faculty of Health Sciences.

His four-month term starts on July 1, 2019 as the selection committee determines the next chair.

Thabane is a professor of HEI, and an associate member of the departments of pediatrics and anesthesia, and the schools of nursing and rehabilitation science. He is also a senior scientist at the Population Health Research Institute (PHRI).

He has served as associate chair of HEI since 2009.

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