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Introduction to Comparative Indo-European Linguistics (Coursera)

Apr 15th 2024
Introduction to Comparative Indo-European Linguistics (Coursera)
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Build your knowledge of Indo-European languages, how they changed through time, and how to reconstruct ancient languages. Every language belongs to a language family; a group of languages that are genetically related to each other. Indo-European is the name of the language family to which English belongs, along with [...]

The Cosmopolitan Medieval Arabic World (Coursera)

Did you know that Arabic was for centuries the lingua franca in an area stretching from the south of Spain to the Chinese border? Did you know that the Middle East under Muslim rule in those days was the world’s beating heart of trade, but also of science and scholarship?

Population Health: Predictive Analytics (Coursera)

Predictive analytics has a longstanding tradition in medicine. Developing better prediction models is a critical step in the pursuit of improved health care: we need these tools to guide our decision-making on preventive measures, and individualized treatments. In order to effectively use and develop these models, we must understand [...]

Population Health: Study Design (Coursera)

Apr 15th 2024
Population Health: Study Design (Coursera)
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Health care professionals increasingly have to make clinical decisions in aging and diverse populations. Also, they have to deal with rising health care costs, fragmented health care supply and advancing medical technologies and IT systems. These developments go beyond every day practice and will require new skills. In this [...]

Risk in Modern Society (Coursera)

Risk has become one of the defining features of modern society. Almost daily, we are preoccupied with assessing, discussing, or preventing a wide variety of risks. It is a cornerstone notion for businesses and organizations, but also for nation states and their many levels of government. And even for [...]

The Great Sustainability Transition: Global challenges, Local actions (Coursera)

Apr 8th 2024
The Great Sustainability Transition: Global challenges, Local actions (Coursera)
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Drastic shifts are needed. Get the knowledge and skills to take local action. Setting the stage: Why do we care? Learn about sustainability and staying with the environmental boundaries of our planet. Understand the effects of growing affluence and population growth, and the key challenges we are facing. [...]

Population Health: Panel Management Next Level (Coursera)

Apr 8th 2024
Population Health: Panel Management Next Level (Coursera)
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How can you, as a healthcare professional, identify patients that share the same risk of an adverse event? How do you transform your healthcare practice in such a way that you are not only able to provide proactive care but you are also able to improve the health of [...]

Population Health: Health & Health Behaviour (Coursera)

Apr 8th 2024
Population Health: Health & Health Behaviour (Coursera)
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In this introduction course on Health and Health Behaviour you will learn about the fundamentals of health psychology. What role does our behaviour, our cognitions and emotions, and our environment play in our health status?

Population Health: Governance (Coursera)

Apr 8th 2024
Population Health: Governance (Coursera)
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How can we organise care in such a way that we optimize experience, quality and costs? What type of governance is needed? And how should healthcare organisations collaborate? These are central questions in this course.

Mind of the Universe - Genetic Privacy: should we be concerned? (Coursera)

Apr 8th 2024
Mind of the Universe - Genetic Privacy: should we be concerned? (Coursera)
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Should all our genetic information be made public in order to eradicate genetic diseases from this world? Who owns your genetic data once it becomes publicly accessible? What is your responsibility to family members when you know more about genetic diseases than they do? Who decides what kind of genetic [...]