The Digital Public Health Graduate Program, directed by Pr. Rodolphe Thiébaut and Pr. Christophe Tzourio, is a project conceived by the Bordeaux Population Health research center (BPH) and Bordeaux School of Public Health (ISPED) and funded by the third French Program on Investments for the Future (Programme d’Investissements d’Avenir, PIA3) for 10 years. The project relies on numerous academic and industrial partners concerned by digital health such as public agencies, private companies with links to Bordeaux and large international pharmaceutical companies and organizations.
The MSc of the Digital Public Health Graduate Program is a year of international research in public health data science, from project design to real life health data analysis and communication of results. All courses are in english. With multidisciplinary skills in epidemiology, informatics and statistics, the MSc will provide you with sound knowledge about strengths and limitations of digital technologies and their use in public health research. Our Digital Public Health graduates will have a global vision of data science that will enable them to access chief data officer jobs and be the future leaders of the digital public health domain in public and private sectors. Student may use this programme as a stepping stone towards a PhD in Digital Public Health.
Reasons to apply ?
› Original “data-centred” curriculum
› Interdisciplinary teams working on real case studies
› Practicum hosted by a research team or industrial partners
› Flipped classrooms teaching to develop skills transfer
Student Profile: Background (e.g. master level) in at least one of the disciplines: epidemiology, statistics, informatics
Courses location:ISPED, University of Bordeaux, Bordeaux France
The Digital Public Health Graduate Program includes also the creation of:
– a Doctoral Program (PhD) open to students from all disciplines
-a novel University Diploma (DU) program on connected devices and e-Health
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