PhD-course: Dissemination of Clinical Research: Papers, preprints, and social media
People from PMR-C are
course leaders and lecturers on an annual PhD-course in clinical research
The course is an introduction to clinical research dissemination focusing on three important areas that have undergone innovation in recent years: (1) academic writing and reporting quality, (2) open access publishing and preprints, (3) social media as an important research dissemination outlet. The lecturers on this course each run their own more in-dept Ph.D. courses for each of these areas (medical writing, social media, and clinical research methodology). So, this combined course is an introduction to these three areas with a focus on the research promotion synergy you can achieve when you know the fundamentals of them all.
The topics include writing well (as a non-native English speaker), writing a problem statement, writing a cover letter, responding to peer review, strategically using open access preprints, effective research reporting without spin, and social media for peer networking, ideation, and research promotion. To give you a feel for some of the topics, please have a look in the REPORT Trial Guide (open access link here)
Thomas Bandholm, Professor, Department of Clinical Medicine, University of Copenhagen/Department of Clinical Research (056), Hvidovre Hospital, email@example.com
Mette Merete Pedersen, Associate Professor (University of Copenhagen), Christine Møller BA, Dip Ed, Director (Medical Manuscripts), Mike Young, Cand. Mag. (Mike Young Academy), Kristian Thorborg, Professor (University of Copenhagen), and Thomas Bandholm, Professor (University of Copenhagen).