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Webinars

We hold several webinars a year, with international experts discussing a variety of topics on supporting and conducting good research.  Have a look at some of our materials below, and feel free to share them on your websites and social media pages.

 

How to Develop and Communicate Good Research Questions

Join Dr. Trish Groves, Director of academic outreach BMJ, Editor in Chief BMJ Open, Honorary deputy editor The BMJ to discover:

  • Why editors focus on research questions
  • What makes a good research question
  • How to identify and develop research questions
  • How to use a paper’s introduction to report the research question 
  • How to use and communicate a literature review effectively 
  • How BMJ's Research to Publication eLearning can help

 


How to write papers that editors will want to publish

With Dr. Trish Groves, Director of academic outreach BMJ, Editor in Chief BMJ Open, Honorary deputy editor The BMJ :

  • What is the problem and what are we trying to achieve?
  • What makes a good or poor research question?
  • How to prepare and write research manuscripts
  • Factors to consider when choosing a journal to publish your research and getting through peer review
  • How to cope with rejection
  • A solution to help you get published


How to support investigators and improve health research in your institution

Join Dr. Trish Groves, Director of academic outreach BMJ, Editor in Chief BMJ Open, Honorary deputy editor The BMJ to find out:

  • Why 'Publish or Perish' is a universal challenge
  • Why health research is often wasteful
  • Why top journals reject most research
  • Why statistics training is not enough
  • How BMJ Research to Publication can help

 

"I strongly recommend and encourage every researcher in the medical field to participate in this program, even those with well-established research experience."

Mohamed Abdelrahim, MBBS, FHEA. Medical Practitioner, Sudan Medical Council