EUROSPINE Research Activities Overview
This is achieved through the various EUROSPINE Research Activities described below and follows the Task Force Research Vision.
Research GrantsVarious types of Grants are available:
For more information on the Research Grants and to apply, please visit: www.eurospine.org/types-of-grant.htm
Research CoursesTo educate researchers, the EUROSPINE organises several courses per year, such as:
Find out more about the research course offer here: www.eurospine.org/research-courses.htm
Spine TangoTo foster an active research community within the society, in 2002 the EUROSPINE launched Spine Tango in cooperation with the Swiss RDL - medical Registries and Data Linkage (former IEFM) at the Institute for Social and Preventive Medicine of the University of Bern in Switzerland.
Spine Tango`s IT and security structure is based on the distributed server concept consisting of a network of national modules, each module serving as own database having only demographic data of patients on it. Anonymous medical data are stored on a central database at the University of Bern. This setup is fulfilling highest possible security standards. Find detailed information here.
To find out more about Spine Tango, visit: www.eurospine.org/spine-tango.htm