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Research at EUROSPINE

EUROSPINE strongly believes it is of key importance to support research, educate researchers and foster an active research community within the society.

Overview

Research is a key activity of EUROSPINE and the society aims to support the education of spine care clinicians and foster an active research community within the society and beyond. This is achieved through various activities and shaped by the EUROSPINE Task Force Research (TFR), ranging from promoting high quality research in clinical and non-clinical studies related to spine disorders, and to administer research funds in the form of grants to support this research.

Funding for research

TFR aims 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. Find out more about the annual grant call. 

Research Funding

Spine Tango Registry

Spine Tango Registry is a medical registry that stores anonymous medical data, used for research in the spine care communitiy. Find out more about how EUROSPINE fosters an active research community within the society through Spine Tango and its partners.

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EUROSPINE Contributes to the PREPARE Research Group

Discover EUROSPINE's collaborative efforts within the prestigious PREPARE research group. Together, we are using advanced data and AI techniques to revolutionise rehabilitation care for chronic non-communicable diseases, focusing on personalised therapy strategies to improve patient outcomes. Join us as we work towards a more informed and effective approach to healthcare.

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