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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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Latest News

7 March 2019

Welcome Robert, the newest addition to the EUROSPINE team!

We are pleased to announce that Robert Conrad has started as EUROSPINE Registry and Education Manager since 1 February. We...

12 February 2019

TFR Course 2019 CME accredited

The 2019 edition of the TFR Course, taking place from 13–17 March in Bordeaux has been accredited with 29 CME credits...

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