The research group is supervising bachelor, masters and PhD theses in medical science and public health science. The supervision group consist of Professor Carsten Obel and Data Consultant Katrine Svendsen.
The supervision form on bachelor and masters theses has mainly been group-based; with groups of 2-4. The purpose of group-based supervision is that the students learn to give each other peer-feedback. Our primary role is to plan the supervision process and provide guidance in quantitative health science and epidemiological research methods. We supervise the students in defining the scientific problem/purpose and give feedback on the contextualisation and argumentation of the project. Giving feedback on the manuscripts, we have mainly focused on supporting the students in writing thorough methods descriptions and in interpreting and discussing the results.
For an overview of the projects on which we have supervised click the project buttons.