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Evidence Based Dentistry and Dental Research Methodology

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Netherlands Government
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Research University

Program description

The Evidence-based approach is essentially a structured stepwise process for dealing with clinical problems.

This approach encourages the use of the latest information rather that a reliance on techniques, materials and treatments learned years earlier. In order to understand and critically appraise evidence, but also if you wish to further your career in an academic environment, rudimentary knowledge of research design, methods and procedures is essential. During this course, you will also learn the basics of how to translate a research idea into an appropriate research design.

About Radboud University Nijmegen

Radboud University Nijmegen is one of the best performing Dutch universities in the international university rankings. It currently holds 127th place in the Times Higher Education ranking and is ranked 136th in the QS ranking.

Radboud University Nijmegen has seven faculties and enrols over 17,500 students. Its personal style of teaching ensures that there is plenty of opportunity to work closely with instructors and fellow students in small seminars.

One of the main strengths of education and research at Radboud University Nijmegen is the way it forges cooperative links across disciplinary boundaries and the continuous exchange of ideas with others working in related areas.

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Admission requirements

Previous education

Min. 5 years university training in dentistry
resulting in BDS or DDS diploma.

Professional experience

At least 3 years work experience in academic


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