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NURS 7760 Interventions & Outcomes in Biobehavioral Research
Credit hours: 3 per Semester
Cluster: Chronic and Disabling Conditions and Palliative Care, Quantitative Research Methods and Statistical Analysis,Quantitative Research Methods,Statistical Analysis
http://www.ucdenver.edu/anschutz/studentresources/Registrar/CourseListings/Pages/default.aspx

 

Course Level: Doctoral Intermediate

Course Type: PhD

IPE: No

Course Open to: PhD Students

Institution:University of Colorado

Pre-requisites: Not applicable.

Course Description: Introduction to conceptualization, development, and testing of biobehavioral interventions; identification and measurement of biobehavioral outcomes. Attention is also given to the design of clinical trials to test biobehavioral interventions, questions of efficacy and effectiveness, and issues of implementation and fidelity.

 

Method of Instruction: Asynchronous in Canvas with optional intensive.

Delivery Platform: Canvas

Campus visits required: Not applicable.

Course Contact: Sarah Moak Hyman

email: con.extendedstudies@ucdenver.edu

 

Tuition: NEXus Common Price

 

Other considerations: By the end of this course, the learner will be able to: 1) Analyze methods of conceptualizing, developing, and delivering biobehavioral interventions. 2) Evaluate methods for ensuring the fidelity of biobehavioral interventions in research implementation. 3) Analyze theoretical and measurement issues pertinent to the determination of biobehavioral outcomes in intervention research. 4) Integrate concepts of clinical trial methods into the testing of biobehavioral interventions.

 

Available Seats by Semester for this course:

 

FALL 2018

Section: BXN
Instructor:Paul Cook
Seats:5
Credits: 3 / Semester



FALL 2016

Section: BXN
Instructor:TBA
Seats:5
Credits: 3 / Semester



FALL 2017

Section: BXN
Instructor:TBA
Seats:5
Credits: 3 / Semester

Seat granted.



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