Doctoral programme in Public Health Science (PHSP)
The Doctoral programme in Public Health Science (PHSP) places particular emphasis on the study and influence of determinants of health and disease in the population.
Public Health Science is a multidisciplinary field that aims to study and influence the determinants of health, disease and longevity in the population. The approach includes the study of the social, economic and physical environment as well as individual characteristics and behaviours.
If you are interested in the courses and activities in the Public Health Science programme, please send an email to email@example.com. This means that you will receive information directly from our programme, but you do not commit to participate in any activity.
To attend the courses organised in our doctoral programme, you need to apply as described below.
Application to doctoral courses at KI
Apply and find more information about doctoral courses in KI's course catalogue. The available courses on doctoral level are announced once per semester in April and October and the application period is open for one month.
Once the application period is closed, the applicant can only be admitted according to availability. A late application is made directly to the programme coordinator and course organiser.
Admission note by email
Formal note about admission (or not) is emailed to the applicants within a month after the application time is closed. If you are not admitted, you will be asked for interest to be on the waiting list. The applicant needs to confirm participation by a form signed by the applicant and his/hers supervisor.
Courses within the programme
- Social Determinants of Health (course 2711), 3 credits
- How to Conduct Systematic Reviews and Meta-analyses (course 2790), 3 credits
- Public Health Research – Concepts and Theories (course 2928), 3 credits
- Aging Societies: Challenges and Opportunities (course 3040), 3 credits
- Health Policy and Management (course 2740), 4.5 credits
- Public health intervention and implementation research (course 2454), 7.5 credits
Other educational activities
The programme hosts seminars, workshops and other educational activities.
The seminar series for spring 2019 is: Measuring Sex – Discussing Gender: Research Implications for Health and organised together with the BIGH programme.
The purpose of our seminars is to provide an intellectually challenging, yet generous and informal environment where doctoral students can work on core topics and develop their knowledge together with junior and senior colleagues.
Find all upcoming seminars and workshops at the bottom of this page as well as in the calender for doctoral programmes at KI.
Network in Public Health Science for PhD students
The network organise events for and with PhD students, share information on and discuss the latest public health research. Our aim is to enhance collaboration between students in different institutions, departments, and universities. The network is open for all doctoral students working within research areas related to public health.
Open and social events hosted by the network
The network gives PhD students the possibility to network through different open events and social events. Find upcoming open events organised by the network in the calender for doctoral education.
Members of the steering group for the doctoral programme.
|Bo Burström||Department of Public Health Sciences|
|Daniel Falkstedt||Department of Public Health Sciences|
|Henna Hasson||Department of Learning, Informatics, Management and Ethics|
|Lydia Kwak||Institute of Environmental Medicine|
|Jette Möller||Department of Public Health Sciences|
|Ritva Rissanen||Department of Public Health Sciences|
|Vibeke Sparring||Department of Learning, Informatics, Management and Ethics|
|Amanda Aronsson||Department of Public Health Sciences|
Doctoral student representatives
|Emmanuel Aboagye||Institute of Environmental Medicine|
|Emma Granström||Department of Learning, Informatics, Management and Ethics|
|Louise Sundberg||Department of Neurobiology, Care Sciences and Society|
|Johan Rehnberg||Department of Neurobiology, Care Sciences and Society|
|Veronika Tirado||Department of Public Health Sciences|