Can mindfulness support people in dealing with chronic disease? What is the relationship between depressive symptoms and cardiovascular disease? How do people function at work having survived cancer? All of these are questions that those who study and work in Clinical and Psychological Epidemiology seek to explore. If you find yourself interested in the answers to these questions, and more broadly in the relationship between the psychological condition of people and their physical health, then Clinical and Psychosocial Epidemiology may be the right choice for you!
Come to our information session (Master's week- University of Groningen) for prospective master students on November 16!
Includes the opportunity to ask current students and alumni questions.
Clinical and Psychsocial Epidemiology is intended for students with a wide range of backgrounds such as Psychology, Health, (Bio)Medical or Pharmaceutical Sciences and (Medical) biology.
To sign up for this meeting, click on the faculty of 'Behavourial and Social Sciences'' in the register screen.