How to do Emergency Medicine Research
Time Topic
0830-0900 registration   Time allocation (min)  
         
0900-1030
 
 
0900-0910 Welcome and Introduction 10 David Taylor
0910-0930 Development of a good research question 20 Luke Larkin
0930-0950 Quantitative research study design 20 Paul Middleton
0950-1010 Qualitative research going beyond surveys 20 Jonathan Knott
1010-1030 What you must know about biostatistics 20 Justin Kaplan
         
1030-1050 Morning tea      
         
1050-1230  
 
1050-1110
1110-1130
Research Funding Session:
 
How to get it and what you can do without it
Panel Q & A
 
 
20
20
 
 
 
Lisa Moreno-Walton
Faculty
1130-1150 Ethical conduct in emergency care research 20 David Taylor
1150-1210 Data collection, storage and cleaning 20 Paul Middleton
1210-1230 Conference and poster presentations 20 Jonathan Knott
         
1230-1330 Lunch      
         
1330-1500  
 
1330-1350
1350-1410
1410-1430
Publication Session:
 
What journals are looking to publish
Writing tips and dealing with editors
Panel Q & A
 
 
20
20
20
 
 
 
Colin Graham
Luke Larkin
Faculty
 
1430-1500 Pitfalls in Research 30 Faculty chaired by David Taylor
1500-1520 Afternoon tea      
1520-1700 1520-1600 Research Clinics Session:
One on one or small group discussions about difficulties encountered in specific research projects
 
REGISTRANTS please bring along your difficulties and utilise the expertise of the faculty to address them.
 
40 Faculty
1600-1700   Regroup and Summation:
 
Sharing of the discussion of the Research Clinics Session
Coverage of other areas of interest
Final Q & A
Research resources available
What next?
 
60 Faculty chaired by David Taylor