This page is under construction. As soon as availiable you will find here the description “How to write a case report”. By now please have a look to our video of the webinar on the ISCO2020.

More online learning ressources for getting deeper into research

Canvas Network

Foundations of Evidence-Based Practice in Healthcare [The Ohio State University] {Free Resource}
Research Methodology (Research Seminar in Educational Sciences) [Vrije Universiteit Brussel] {Free Resource}

Massage Therapy Foundation

Writing Case Reports: Free Five-Part Webinar Series {Free Resource}

Basics of Research Literacy {Paid Resource}

Courcera {Free Resources with Paid Certificates}

Methods and Statistics in Social Sciences Specialization [The University of Amsterdam]

  1. Quantitative Methods
  2. Qualitative Research Methods
  3. Basic Statistics
  4. Inferential Statistics
  5. Methods and Statistics in Social Science – Final Research Project

Survey Data Collection and Analytics Specialization [The University of Maryland & the University of Michigan]

  1. Framework for Data Collection and Analysis
  2. Data Collection: Online, Telephone and Face-to-face
  3. Questionnaire Design for Social Surveys
  4. Sampling People, Networks and Records
  5. Dealing With Missing Data
  6. Combining and Analyzing Complex Data
  7. Survey Data Collection and Analytics Project (Capstone)

Understanding Research Methods [The University of London & SOAS University of London]

Writing in the Sciences [The Stanford University]

Design and Interpretation of Clinical Trials [The Johns Hopkins University]

Introduction to Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis [The Johns Hopkins University]

Understanding Clinical Research: Behind the Statistics [The University of Cape Town]

Data Management for Clinical Research [Vanderbilt University]

Measuring Causal Effects in the Social Sciences [The University of Copenhagen]

Improving your statistical inferences [Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e)]

Clinical Epidemiology [Utrecht University]

Epidemiology in Public Health Practice [The Johns Hopkins University]

EdX {Free Resources with Paid Certificates}

Scientific Methods and Research [Ural Federal University]

Introduction to Social Research Methods [The University of Edinburgh]

Statistics: Unlocking the World of Data [The University of Edinburgh]

Fundamentals of Clinical Trials [Harvard University]

Advanced Literature Searching in the Health Sciences [The University of Michigan]

Social Work: Research [The University of Michigan]

Measuring Health Outcomes in Field Surveys [Massachusetts Institute of Technology]

Qualitative Research Methods: Conversational Interviewing [Massachusetts Institute of Technology]

Lean Research Skills for Conducting Interviews [Massachusetts Institute of Technology]

Introduction to Probability – The Science of Uncertainty [Massachusetts Institute of Technology]

Data Analysis in Social Science—Assessing Your Knowledge [Massachusetts Institute of Technology]

Fundamentals of Statistics [Massachusetts Institute of Technology]

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