International Clinical Epidemiology Network - Asia (INCLEN-ASIA)
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Founded as International Clinical Epidemiology Network - Southeast Asia (INCLEN-SEA). Previously referred to as South East Asia Clinical Epidemiology Network (SEACLEN). Present name adopted, 2008. Regional network of: International Clinical Epidemiology Network (INCLEN).
Improve quality of health in Southeast Asia through promotion of quality research, practice of evidence based health care, research capacity building and creation of strategic partnerships.Available with paid subscription only.
Promotes and supports advancement of health research; promotes and supports education and training in Clinical Epidemiology, Health Social Sciences, Health Economics, Biostatistics and related areas; cooperates with health professionals, health care providers, policy makers, institutions and organizations whose objectives complement those of INCLEN-SEA. Offers: Graduate Programmes in Clinical Epidemiology and Related Disciplines; Distance Learning Programme. Also offers training courses on: Research Methodology; Biostatistics; Clinical Trials; Good Clinical Practices; Data Management; Quality Improvement in Health Care; Clinical Economics; Evidence-Based Medicine; Research Management. Organizes Annual Scientific Meeting.
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