Lectures and seminars PHSP seminar: Migration in public health research, the epidemiological approach
The Doctoral Programme in Public Health Science (PHSP) welcomes all doctoral students and researchers at KI to our seminar with Anna-Clara Hollander. The seminar will be held online via Zoom.
Migration is a global, ancient, and public phenomenon and, at the same time, local, contemporary, and personal. This multifaceted nature makes the study migrant health rewarding and difficult at the same time.
The focus of this seminar are the epidemiological methods relevant for migrant health research, focusing on aspects were migrants in a cohort is a unique possibility to study aspects not possibly to study by their means (natural experiments) but also difficulties in using epidemiological methods when studying migrants due to unmeasured confounding.
Anna-Clara Hollander is a clinical psychologist with a PhD, researching psychiatric epidemiology among migrants, including refugees in the research group Epidemiology of Psychiatric Conditions, Substance use and Social environment (EPICSS).
Anna-Clara has lived and worked in Tajikistan studying PTSD and depression after their civil war and spent time as post doc at the Division of Psychiatry, University College London.
To attend the seminar, please register by 5 October to firstname.lastname@example.org.