For students attending the course Applied Research Methods in Disasters (10.0 ECT credits) course code 5HD001

This course will introduce common methodologies used in health research in disasters. It will explore how to practically apply these methods and how to interpret research in disasters settings, including a range of quantitative and qualitative methods and designs, methodological considerations, and research ethics.


Welcome to the course Applied Research Methods in Disasters (5HD001)

A very warm welcome to the course Applied Research Methods in Disasters which is a course in the Erasmus Mundus Master Programme in Public Health in Disasters, 2022/2023. The Canvas page for the course will open closer to the course start.

The course starts on 28 November 2022. The morning introduction will be followed by a roll-call. Please note that attendance is mandatory so please contact us beforehand if you have any difficulties attending the first day. More information about Schedule and location will be published no later then two weeks before the course starts.

Most welcome!


Registration to keep your place and attend the course is compulsory. You register yourself in Ladok

The registration period is two weeks before the course starts and two days into the course

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For further information about this course, please contact:

Siddarth Daniels David 

Course leader


Hannah von Reding 

Project Coordinator

Student course evaluation and course leader reflection

Contact information 

Siddarth Daniels David

Course Leader
K9 Department of Global Public Health

Anneli Eriksson

K9 Department of Global Public Health

Hannah von Reding

Project coordinator
K9 Department of Global Public Health

Course administrator

GPH Study Counsellor