You are supposed to follow the courses of the first semester at the same time.
In this project case the practical guide of a PHM approach will be applied to a group of complex patients, known as hotspotters. The students will apply the various ingredients successively, aligned with the courses taught in those weeks. In the first four weeks (during the course Fundamentals), the essentials of PHM will be applied, the next four weeks (during the course Study design), a study design will be created and a first data analysis will be performed, during the third four weeks (during the course Health and health behaviour), the health status and health behaviour of the hot spotters is analyzed using qualitative research methods. In the fourth four weeks (during the course Governance) students are challenged to describe the network of stake holders and their interests and in the last four weeks students are integrating different data aspects that are thaugth in the course Responsible data analysis into their project.
Upon successful completion of this course, you should be able to:
-can apply the principals of PHM to a real life case
-understands the contribution and interrelatedness of the various disciplines to PHM
-demonstrates the ability to work together in a project case
The timetable is published on the LUMC roostersite or can be found via the LUMC scheduling app.
Mode of instruction
In the on-campus week of each course, the students will present part of their assignment (the part related to the specific parallel course), which all need to be passed with a ‘sufficient’ mark. The group assignment is concluded with both an oral presentation and a written assignment.
The final grade:
2) the final grade for the course is established by (i) determination of the weighted average combined with (ii) additional requirements. These additional requirements generally relate to one or more of the subtests always be sufficient. During each on-campus week, students need to either pass a go/no-go moment or get a ‘sufficient’ mark on the subpresentation of their work.
Also state if (and if there is how) there is opportunity to re-take the exam.
A final grade of 5,5 minimum is considered sufficient.
The reading list can be found on Brigthspace. These are given as links to scientific articles. There is no need to purchase literature, as the presented material is not commercialized.
Registration must be done via uSis at the latest 5 days before the start of the course. Registration in uSis gives you automatic access to the course in Brightspace.
Drs. Shelley-Ann Girwar firstname.lastname@example.org
This course is a combination of online ecucation and on campus Education at Leiden University Campus The Hague.