About This Course

Drafting and publishing a manuscript can be a complicated process. Therefore, Karger has created Campus, a series of courses to simplify it. These 10 courses have been created and reviewed by experts in each topic. The courses are focused on helping researchers achieve publication success in an engaging and enjoyable manner.

This course can be purchased as an individual course or as part of the Campus bundle

Purchases grant access to the course material for a period of 12 months.

This course has a 2-year expiry date of 31st March 2025. It will be reviewed and updated after that to stay current, as the medical publishing landscape may have changed.

Learning Objectives

At the end of this course students will be able to:

  • list the main strengths and limitations of each type of clinical research.

  • decide which reporting guidelines are suitable to guide their writing.

  • describe the function of each section of a paper and how they are related.

  • write a clear, ethical, and interesting research paper.

Course curriculum

    1. Choosing the Correct Reporting Guidelines

    2. Exercises and Resources

    3. Quiz

    1. Methods and Results

    2. Exercises and Resources

    3. Quiz

    1. Introduction and Discussion

    2. Exercises and Resources

    3. Quiz

    1. Other sections

    2. Exercises and Resources

    3. Quiz

    1. Important Advice from Prof. Craig Anderson

    2. Exercises

    3. Quiz

    1. Feedback

    2. Final Quiz (80% Required to Pass)

    3. Downloadable Summary

About this course

  • $29.00
  • 22 lessons
  • 0.5 hours of video content
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