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HSRM Health Sciences Research Master
HSRM - CAPHRI Why a research master? You don’t have to be mental to do it, but it helps
HSRM - CAPHRI Bachelor students (from all universities) Professionals Internal and external candidates Programme is for
HSRM - CAPHRI Each year around 6 – 8 candidates Completion rate around 90% Some 80% continue as a PhD Interesting and challenging practical period –Builds international networks –Furthers CAPHRI research –Grant proposals awarded in 70% of the cases Results of 5 years HSRM
HSRM - CAPHRI Imperial College London University of Oxford University of Luzern Occupational Health and Safety Agency, Vancouver Federal Ministry of Health Sudan Faculty of Medicine Sri Lanka School of Public Health Queensland The Menzies Centre Sydney Placements
HSRM - CAPHRI 15 FHML/CAPHRI Bols, Groffen, Knies, Maiwald, Quaak, Ramos, Beekman, Woolderink, Metzelthin, Steijnen, Heesch, Vermeulen, Mertens, Lecluijze, de Kinderen 8 at other places or cooperating with other FHML schools Brauer, Hoffenkamp, Sleddens, Jansen, Oberjé, Handels, Nair, Deckers PhD’s - Who and where
HSRM - CAPHRI Nationaal Programma Ouderenzorg Zon-MW Asthma fonds Reuma fonds KNGF KWF Industry CAPHRI etc. Money from?
HSRM - CAPHRI Laboratory of Epidemiology, Demography, and Biometry (NIA/NIH), Bethesda, MD, USA OHSAH in British Columbia (BC), Vancouver, Canada London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine School of Public Health, Faculty of Health, Queensland University of Technology Other institutes visited during their PhD
HSRM - CAPHRI Where are they?
HSRM - CAPHRI
Programme will stop next year if less than 20 students (financial constraints) Will not get reaccredited by KNAW with less than 20 students Will cost CAPHRI credibility as Centre of Excellence Will bear heavily on graduate school programme Might be necessary as CaRe supplemental programme (PhD training) Threats