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  • Vision and Mission

    The aims of EUROSPINE are to stimulate the exchange of knowledge and ideas in the field of research, prevention and treatment of spine diseases and related problems and to coordinate efforts undertaken in European countries for further development in ...

  • EUROSPINE Awards

    In order to encourage research in the field of spinal disorders, EUROSPINE, the Spine Society of Europe will award the Best EUROSPINE Podium Presentation which will be presented at the EUROSPINE Annual Meeting. Best EUROSPINE Podium Presentation ...

  • European Spine Journal

    Link EUROSPINE members have direct access to Springer link via their personal member account. Kindly be informed, that your membership needs to be updated for the current year, to grant access to the journal! Journal hardcopy EUROSPINE membership...

  • Latest News

  • EUROSPINE Bulletin

    You are not a member yet but would like to keep up with the latest information about EUROSPINE and its activities? Sign up for a free subscription to our electronic mail bulletin: Gender* Mr. Ms. First Name* Last Name* E-mail* Institution/Company...

  • Application criteria for courses to get the EUROSPINE Patronage

    If courses meet pre-set criteria, patronage should occur. Only under exception circumstances, an application should be circulated by the Education Committee for approval. ESSENTIAL CRITERIA - Course participation should be available to members of...

  • Overview

    EUROSPINE Research Activities Overview The EUROSPINE strongly believes it is of key importance to support research, educate researchers and foster an active research community within the society. This is achieved through the various EUROSPINE Research...

  • The Mandate

    EUROSPINE, the Spine Society of Europe established a Task Force Research (TFR) in October 2009 during the Society’s Annual Meeting in Warsaw, Poland. The EUROSPINE Executive Committee and General Assembly approved the EUROSPINE TFR. Dr. Margareta...

  • Requirements of Members of the EUROSPINE TFR

    Members of the TFR should demonstrate the following: - Member in good standing of EUROSPINE - Actively involved in research - Strong publication record - Active mentoring of young researchers - Represent different fields of clinical and non-clinical...

  • Task Force Members

  • 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. -...

  • Vision: Promoting High Quality Research on the Spine

    The vision of the EUROSPINE TFR is to promote high quality research of the spine. The vision is accomplished by the following initiative: • Research Methods Course • Biomechanics Summer Course at the University of Ulm • Critical...

  • Overview

    Why do we need research courses? There is a need for better research and more thoughtful applications. EUROSPINE can play a major role in research education as a professional organisation. The EUROSPINE Task Force Research (TFR) suggests EUROSPINE ...

  • Types of Grants

    Types of grant application for EUROSPINE Task Force Research (TFR) Given the current Covid-19 situation, EUROSPINE is not able to offer the usual types of grants. The funding available in 2022 only covers Development Grants up to € 10,...

  • 2022 Grant Applications

    General Notes for Applicants: The most important criterion for an award is that the research should advance knowledge about the spine (its characteristics, injuries, disorders, and diseases). Any clinical or non-clinical application for research will ...

  • Application Guidelines

    1. Submission and Application deadline - Applications should be sent via e-mail to education@eurospine.org. - The Application has to be submitted all together in one single pdf. - Paper applications are not accepted and will be returned. - ...

  • Prior Fundings

    Projects funded by EUROSPINE TFR The following proposals have been funded by EUROSPINE TFR between 2011-2017. The proposals are displayed by year of funding, along with name of applicant, country, title and amount of funding.EUROSPINE TFR Grant Fundings...

  • Education Overview

    Education is a key driver towards improved quality patient care. The challenge is to implement a consistent educational programme that would transcend borders and language and meet accreditation standards set forth by the European Accreditation Council...

  • Overview

    The EUROSPINE Diploma is made up of 6 Modules. All 6 Modules must be completed in order to obtain the EUROSPINE Diploma which is now respected on a European level by many spinal societies and federations who remain involved and informed on the project...

  • Criteria to become Member of EUROSPINE

    Definition/ Parties Society: EUROSPINE, the Spine Society of Europe, registered in Switzerland (CH-020.6.001.119-1) Members: Articles 5-17 from the EUROSPINE Statutes Article 5 - Admission, Suspension and Expulsion The Executive Committee ...

  • Patient Line

    Patient Line Website - Information for Patients with Spine Conditions EUROSPINE is a society of spine specialists of various disciplines with a unique know-how of all spinal conditions. Therefore all well-known and accepted treatment modalities of spine...

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