Young Investigators pre-course on Research

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Saturday 8 September: 09:00-17:00 

 

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Course Directors

  • Said Laribi (France)

Faculty

  • Zerrin Defne Dundar (Turkey)
  • Luis Garcia-Castrillo (Spain)
  • Mehmet A. Karamercan (Turkey)
  • Claudia Römer (Germany)
  • Anna Slagman (Germany)

 

Participants

Maximum number : 20
EM residents and young EM fellows (Young EM investigators).

 

Course description & Objectives:

Welcome to this training course on research for young EM residents and fellows. Our goal is to develop a common understanding and language for developing and implementing research in the field of Emergency Medicine. This course will increase your knowledge of current best practices, improve your skills and offer practical applications that will benefit you and your organization. Take advantage of being part of the enthusiastic community of EM researchers. We look forward to meeting you in Glasgow!

 

 

Schedule

 

Saturday 8 September

09:00-09:15 Opening remarks and Faculty introduction  
09:15-10:00 What is th research question? Identify a research question, identify research objetcives Mehmet Karamercan
10:00-10:30

Ethical and regulatory rules

Said Laribi

10:30-11:00

Coffee Break

 
11:00-12:30

Different types of studies

 
  1. Qualitative research Zerrin Defne Dundar
  2. Cohort studies Said Laribi
  3. Questionnaire/survey Claudia Römer
12:30-13:30 Lunch  
13:30-14:30 Different types of studies  
  1. Diagnostic evaluation Luis Garcia-Castrillo
  2. Secondary data analysis Anna Slagman
14:30-15:30 Which statistical tests to use? Zerrin Defne Dubdar
  1. Differentiate qualitative from quantitative variables   
  2. Determine risk of errors  
  3. Parametric or non-parametric?  
15:30-16:00 Coffee Break  
16:00-16:45 Editors view, Tips to publish your research Anna Slagman
16:45-17:00 Conclusions  

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