The team REPERES (REcherche en Pharmaco-Epidémiologie et REcours aux Soins) is an integrate unity of research & expertise.
REPERES, who are we ? why ?
The REPERES team (Pharmaco-epidemiology and health Services Research, UPRES EA-7449) is an integrated unit of research, expertise and training resulting from the convergence of two groups, one based at Rennes University Hospital and the other (Department of Quantitative Methods in Public Health, METIS) at the School of Advanced Studies in Public Health (EHESP, Rennes).
REPERES develop research, expertise and training on the analysis of consumption, the use and impact of care, including the prescription of health products (drugs, medical devices) at the population level.
The team develop projects in pharmacoepidemiology and public health which result in significant scientific, technical and medical advances in health sciences; an expertise that is shared with health care authorities to improve health care system and offer better care to its users.
The team offers a specialized teaching module (pharmaco-epidemiology) within a master’s degree program, 4 PhD training (scholarships funded by ANSM) and short sessions (2 days) as part of the continuing education ( available at EHESP).