#NPMCN Announces Her Continuing Medical Education Workshop… (View Details).

NPMCN 2The National Postgraduate Medical College of Nigeria holds A 3 Day Workshop in Advanced Research Methodolgy for professionals in the medical profession.
Aim and Objectives
The Workshop aims to empower consultants, lecturers, senior registrars and other specialists/teachers who are desirous of fully establishing themselves in their disciplines with clinical, epidemiological and laboratory research accomplishment through the following objectives:
i. Acquisition of in-depth knowledge, skills and competences in advanced research methodologies;
ii. Conceptualization and development of research ideas for enduring, thematic, impactful and fundable studies;
iii. Appropriate, effective and efficient use of IT search engines for guide to research and publication;
iv. Hands on experience in the use of appropriate statistics in various disciplines;
v. Familiarization with concept and practice in new areas of research: stem cell, genetic manipulation etc;
vi. Manuscript development and writing for high impact journals
vii. Research Ethics
viii. Grantmanship and Accessing Research grants.
Modalities: 
Interactive lectures; Practical and Group Work; Use of search engines; Development of research proposals; Vetting of manuscripts for pitfalls and excellence; Exercise in medical statistics; Pre and Post evaluation
Who Should Attend? 
Consultants. lecturers, Trainers, Examiners and senior registrars across all medical/dental and allied disciplines; yearning for enhancement of their research capabilities to impact knowledge and practice of their discipline; who would like to refresh themselves for competitive advantage, increased access to research funds and international standing.
Topics: 
Research conceptualization, setting research questions, aim and objectives — Basic and Clinical Sciences perspective; Sourcing relevant information and critique of literature (search engines); Resources, collaboration & responsibility; Ethics and best practices, monitoring and appraisal; Use of the laboratory in Research, preservation of samples; Sampling techniques Use of statistical methods in research; Meta-analysis, evidence based medicine and sourcing resources for research; Manuscript writing: What to publish, pitfalls, communication skills and general principle
Date: Wednesday 5th Friday 7th October 2016 
Venue: Lagos Airport Hotel, 111 Obafemi Awolowo Way, Ikeja-Lagos 
Course Fees: N75,000.00 
Mode: Non—Residential 
Applicants are to pay through the Remita payment platform and note the Remita Retrieval Referral (RRR) number generated for payment purpose in line with the Federal Government Treasury Single Accounts (TSA). Visit the College website for details on payment for NPMCN services www.npmcn.edu.ng/guidelines-on-payment-to-the-college/
Resource Persons
Outstanding academics that have effectively combined clinical channel activities with excellent research accomplishments.
Number of participants will be limited, due to the practical/interactive nature of the Course.
NPMCN is an accredited CME provider and has awarded 13 CME credit units for this Course. Certificates will be issued to participants at the end of the Course.
All participants are advised to come along with their laptops/I-pads/PC tablets. modems and relevant manuscripts.
Dr. A. Akinsola, FMCP
Chairman, Continuing Medical Education Committee wakinso146@yahoo.corn; 08035604457; 08051304584
Course Coordinator
Dr. O. A. Atoyebi, FMCS College Registrar registrar@npmcn.edu.ng
Dr. A. A. Olaitan FMCDS, PNMC College President president@npmcn.edu.ng

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