Course Description & Objectives
Day 1 - Starting and structuring a research project (research & statistics methodology)
The European Spine Journal faculty will provide detailed lectures on how to structure a research project, which study design to choose; what the relevant statistical methods are; how to conduct a literature search; how to manage data; how to present the results and conduct the overall project to optimize the chances of a project being completed and accepted for publication. The faculty consists of experienced researchers, statisticians and authors.
Day 2 - How to be a good reviewer
Experienced reviewers and Editors of the European Spine Journal share their insight into what constitutes an efficient reviewer; how reviews are ideally structured; how to review statistical results, and the importance of the review process for scientific journals.
European Spine Journal reviewers will additionally be providing the daily evidence based keynotes.
Who should attend
These sessions are ideal for health care professionals and researchers wising to improve their skills in drawing up research projects with a view to best research practice. Furthermore, the reviewer session will prove invaluable to researcher and clinicians engaged in journal peer review.
Delegates will additionally have full access to all parallel sessions of the NSpine main event.
Robert Gunzburg (Belgium)
Marek Szpalski (Belgium)
Kimberley Edwards (UK)
Claudio Lamartina (Italy)
Pedro Berjano (Italy)
Maryem Ismael (Italy)
Constantin Schizas (Switzerland)
Max Aebi (Switzerland)
Anne Mannion (Switzerland)
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