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The National Research School in Psychiatry

The National Research School in Psychiatry/Southwest Sweden is a collaborative effort between the University of Gothenburg and the University of Lund aimed at providing researchers in psychiatry a solid and up-to-date education in research theory and methodology applicable to all aspects of psychiatry (from gene to society).

The full school is open to researchers in clinical psychiatry but single courses and seminars are open also to workers in “preclinical” psychiatry, promoting integration and collaboration between basic and applied researchers in the field.

The full school encompasses three four-week periods (one period/term) when basic theoretic considerations and various aspects of methodology, statistics etc. are given, nine one-day seminars providing the student with front-line aspects on the research performed across various diagnostic entities, and scientific work-shops organizes locally at each university (one/month). The initiative aims at providing five full schools (5 x20 students) during 2009 - 2018, including planning, preparations and a concluding conference for all participants.

The initiative will boost the strong multi-disciplinary, translational psychiatric research characterizing the universities involved, promote integration of research activities in southwest Sweden and attract young clinicians to the fascinating field of psychiatry.

Page Manager: Inger Almgren|Last update: 11/21/2016

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