Division for Organizational Health Services Research
Department of Health Services Research
School of Medicine and Health Sciences
Carl von Ossietzky University Oldenburg
Carl von Ossietzky Universität Oldenburg
Campus Haarentor, Building V04
Ammerländer Heerstraße 140
Teaching in the model study program in human medicine
The Division for Organizational Health Services Research teaches in the field of medical sociology within the model curriculum in human medicine at the European Medical School (EMS). Medical sociology belongs - like for example anatomy, physiology, biology and medical psychology, too - to the basic subjects within the medical studies. The task of medical sociology is to produce and disseminate knowledge on two problem areas: (1) to analyze the societal (social) impact on health and disease and (2) to sociologically analyze the structure and function of health services. The division also contributes to training in research methods within the longitudinal research track (LFC). We are offering lectures and workshops on qualitative research methods with a focus on interviews and on quantitative research methods with a focus on surveys.
Recent courses (summer semester 2021):
Teaching in the new master's program in health services research
The master's program in health services research will start in the winter semester 2021/2022 (application deadline: July 15, 2021). The interdisciplinary and research-oriented study program deals with central topics of health services and qualifies students for research and evidence-based development of healthcare. The study contents are adapted to the needs of the areas of scientific work in both academia and in healthcare, health administration and health policy institutions. Teaching takes place in close connection with current research projects of the Department of Health Services Research. For more information, please visit: https://uol.de/masterstudiengang-versorgungsforschung.