Courses within the PUF-V programme
The Doctoral Programme in Health Care Science consists of a number of doctoral courses on basic level as well as on more advanced level.
Doctoral courses on basic level are offered on a regular basis and aim to give a broad orientation in design and research methodology. Doctoral courses on advanced level give a possibility for in-depth knowledge within a certain field or a particular methodology based upon the content in the basic courses.
The pedagogical keynote of the programme is that within the framework of the courses there should be room for applying the course curriculum on the students' own projects. This means that the content, assignments, practical exercises and examination of the course have its origin from the participant's own research project. This offers the possibility to continuously work on the student’s thesis within the scope of the course.
Application to courses is made directly in the Course catalogue at Karolinska Institutet. Courses are announced once per semester. The catalogue of courses is published around April 15 respectively October 15 and is open for applications during one month.
For a list of all courses and detailed descriptions, please see the KIWAS database.
For an overview of the course planning in the future, see the compilation of planned courses for KI's doctoral programme for the coming three years.
Basic courses within the programme
|2520||Interview techniques in health and care research||4|
|2664||Introduction to modern test theory and test/survey methodology||4|
|2666||Methods for statistical analysis: From variance analysis to multilevel modeling||4|
|2673||Introduction to qualitative methods||4|
|5555||Methods for systematic review, From Idea to Project Plan||4,5|
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Current deadlines related to doctoral courses for fall 2022
Courses Fall semester 2022
- 2673 Introduction to qualitative methods, 4 credits, Lena Rosenberg
- 2693 Measuring physical activity with focus on wearable monitors - applications for clinical and epidemiological studies, 3 credits, Maria Hagströmer
- 2702 Occupational Science conceptual development and application on research, 3 credits, Hans Jonsson
- 3029 *Observation as research method in health care sciences research, 4,5 credits, Eric Asaba
- 5555 *Methods for Systematic Review, from Idea to Project Plans, Part 1, 4,5 credits, Wim Grooten
- 5585 (3098) Testteorie: Construction and validation of measurement instruments, 4,5 credits, Aleksandra Sjöström-Bujacz
Courses Spring semester 2022
- 2520 Interview techniques in health care research, 4 credits, Tobias Lundgren (course cancelled due to few students)
- 2609 Basic course in medical statistics, 3 credits, Eva Hagel (mandatory) week 10 and 11 FiH students are given priority
- 2666 Methods for statistical analysis: From variance analysis to multilevel modeling, 4 credits, Kimmo Sorjonen
- 2673 Introduction to qualitative methods, 4 credits, Lena Rosenberg (mandatory) Please note that the 3rd and 4th of March have been changed to 21st and 22nd of March due to sports holidays first week of March)
- 3116 Course cancelled due to dropout of students - Quality of life as an outcome measure in care sciences, 3 credits, Lena Wettergren
- 3232 Developing and evaluating complex interventions, 3 credits, Ann Rudman
- 5506 Research communication in Health Science, 1,5 credits, Per Palmgren (mandatory)
Courses Fall semester 2021
- New course - 5294 - Health Science and Implementation: Conceptual Foundations
- New course - 5301 - Methods for Design and Formative Evaluation of eHealth Interventions . Still some seats available. If you are interested, please contact the course director directly.
- 5302 - Information Literacy, Philosophy of Science and Research Ethics
- 5525 - Methods for Systematic Review
- 2664 - Introduction to modern test theory and test/survey methodology
- 2670 - From What to How; Contemporary Narrative Methodology in Health Care Research. Still some seats available. If you are interested, please contact the course director directly.
Courses Spring semester 2021
- 2688 - Multi-disciplinary perspectives on active ageing research
- 3232 - Developing and evaluating complex interventions
- In collaboration with EISEN: 5249 - Implementation Science – Implementation Leadership in Healthcare and Social Services
- In collaboration with Openlab: 3180 - Bridging Science and Societal Needs through Design Thinking - Contact: Sofia Vikström
Suggesting a new course to PUF-V
Do you want to suggest a new course to PUF-V?
General information for arranging a doctoral course can be found here.
If you are interested in organizing a course which you think would fit in PUF-V, please contact the programme at firstname.lastname@example.org to get a form where you can describe your course proposal.
The deadline to send a course proposal is:
- January 15 for a course planned for the Spring semester the following year
- June 15 for a course planned for the Fall semester the following year
PUF-V's steering group meets twice each semester and assesses whether the course can fit into the program.
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