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Mission Statement

The overall purpose of the EUROSPINE TFR is to promote high quality research in clinical and non-clinical studies related to spine disorders, and to administer the research funds allocated by the Society in the form of grants to support this research.
  • Clinical research is defined as epidemiological population, and clinical research studies, including randomised clinical trials, cohort studies, and outcomes measure/development studies that relate to the etiology, diagnosis, treatment, and/or prognosis of spinal disorders. Qualitative studies and healthcare research studies are considered clinical studies.
  • Non–clinical research is defined as all other studies (animal studies, basic science, biomechanical studies, applied studies, ergonomic studies, public health research, cost-benefit studies, and other studies) that are conducted on some aspect of spinal disorders.

EUROSPINE does not fund:

Case series and product development/evaluation studies will not be considered for funding and will be sent back to the applicant.

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13 April 2018

First EUROSPINE Advanced Diploma graduate

We are happy to announce that Dr. Matthias Spalteholz has recently received the first ever EUROSPINE Advanced Diploma ...

20 March 2018

Spine Tango Call for Tenders

Deadline extended until 8 April 2018, 23:59 h (CET)...

9 March 2018

Preliminary Abstract Submission Results

We are delighted to announce that from over 1,000 abstracts submitted to EUROSPINE 2018 988 from 56 countries will finally ...

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