This programme has been designed to train health professionals to have an in-depth knowledge of epidemiology, biostatistics and their application in analysing major public health issues in Pakistan and developing countries with a focused approach to regional problems and needs. Graduates of the programme are expected to play a leading role in the field of public health by analysing major public health problems.
The programme offers full-time and part-time study options. It also offers selected courses as "Standalone Courses" for individuals wishing to enhance their knowledge in specific areas. For details, please contact Programme Office at email@example.com.
Clinical Research Specialisation
The programme also offers specialisation in clinical research. This track is designed for academicians, clinical researchers, residents, fellows, nurses, young faculty and individuals in medical and allied fields who wish to pursue a career in clinical cum research work. For details click here.
Admissions have closed for 2023-2024 cycle. The last date for submission of applications was May 4.
Following is the eligibility criteria for 2023-2024 admission cycle:
Candidates who have at least one year of full-time work experience after graduation in a health-related field at the time of application (voluntary work, part-time or unpaid internship is not included) and hold at least one of the following degrees are eligible to apply:
- Sixteen-year undergraduate degree from an accredited / recognised university in Sciences / Health Sciences including bachelor’s degree such as MBBS, BDS, BScN, DVM, B Pharm (or equivalent).
- Candidates with clinical experience, especially young faculty in research track positions in clinical departments are also eligible.
- Residents and fellows who are completing their training programme this year are encouraged to apply.
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