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Research Course


EUROSPINE has a wide reach across the spine care community. As such our organisaton plays an important role in supporting research education and developing spine care professionals’ research skills. The first Research Course was introduced in 2008 as a face-to-face course and took place over five days at the University of Bern in Switzerland.

With changing needs of learners, the Research Course has now been redesigned to provide a blended learning experience that accommodates the growing need for online learning and reduces extensive travel. The course now incorporates a self-paced e-learning component, alongside virtual live sessions and a short face-to-face event, to build rapport and develop participants professionals skills within an inclusive research community.  


Target Audience

The research course is primarily designed for less experienced researchers and clinicians with an idea for research or an unfinished proposal. Experienced researchers, who want to freshen up their research skills, are also welcome to participate, however, priority is given to novice and less experienced researchers. 

Research Course 2024 - An Exciting Opportunity for Aspiring Clinical Researchers!

Join us for the Research Course 2024: "How to Make Your Research More Relevant, Feasible, and Publishable!"

Are you a professional passionate about advancing in clinical research? Look no further! We're thrilled to announce the upcoming Research Course 2024, tailored to empower you with the skills and knowledge to elevate your research projects.

Why join this course?

  • Expert Faculty: Learn from a globally-renowned team
  • Comprehensive Curriculum: Our course covers everything from formulating research questions to understanding the nuances of publishing. It's a blend of e-learning, live online sessions, and an immersive in-person experience.
  • Interactive Learning Experience: With a mix of online sessions and a live session in Strasbourg, France, you'll get hands-on experience in developing and discussing research protocols.

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