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How to design a study
Nikolaos P. Polyzos gives a ccomparison of various study designs, and considerations such as randomization procedures and ethical considerations.
How to write an abstract
Paul Devroey suggests preferred types of abstract and study, explains how it is of paramount importance to initiate a correct study design, with retrospective and historical nature to be avoided.
How to write a scientific article
Nikolaos P. Polyzos offers advice on how to create a meaningful title, and how to structure the article into a coherent abstract, material and methods, results, discussion.
How to critically appraise a study
Nikolaos P. Polyzos states that you should not accept the conclusions of any paper without question, and provides guidance of how to question these conclusions.
How to present a scientific lecture
Paul Devroey presents basic principles of hostmanship and body language, as well as developing an engaging coda and take home message
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