Improve your knowledge and skills in epidemiological research and help to improve evidence-based health care. This is important because many people in the Western World run high risks of developing chronic diseases and disorders. The biggest threats are unhealthy lifestyle factors that can cause such chronic health problems. Does epidemiological research into health and lifestyle issues appeal to you? Choose the research Master’s programme in Lifestyle and Chronic Disorders (LCD). LCD is in the process of becoming an officially accredited epidemiology programme by the Dutch Association of Epidemiology.
The programme is intended for students who have completed a Bachelor’s degree in Health Sciences or a Bachelor’s degree in a related programme. Admission is limited to 30 students per year.
Recipient: Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
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