Author: ahmednegida

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    2022 Winter School of Clinical Research

    Our 2022 winter clinical research training starts in the first week of February 2022. 1. Live Zoom Lectures The following courses will be given as live Zoom lectures during the 5 weeks: C1: Introduction to Clinical Research Methodology (3/4/5/6 Feb) C2: Introduction to Medical Statistics on SPSS (10/11/12/13 Feb) C3: Sample Size Calculation (18/19 Feb) […]

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    Invitation to the second issue of the Journal of Global Neurosurgery

    Dear Colleagues, On behalf of Dr. Kee B. Park, Editor in Chief of the Journal of Global Neurosurgery, and Dr. Ignatius Esene, Deputy-EIC of the Journal of Global Neurosurgery, I’m inviting you to participate in the upcoming issue of the JGNS. The Journal of Global Neurosurgery is an open-access, international, peer-reviewed journal dedicated to Global Neurosurgery. The first issue of the […]

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    2021 Summer Research Course

    Our summer clinical research training starts in the first week of August. The following courses are available: C1: Introduction to Clinical Research Methodology C2: Introduction to Medical Statistics on SPSS C3: Sample Size Calculation C4: How to Write and Publish Research C5: Systematic Review and Meta-analysis For registration and more information, contact my course coordinator, […]

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    Geography determines survival for babies born with birth defects

    In May 2018, I started working with Dr. Naomi Wright from the King’s College of London on the Global PaedSurg study on the management and outcomes of 7 GIT congenital anomalies in high-, middle-, and low-income countries. Results of this study showed that survival for a baby born with a birth defect – otherwise known […]

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    Insights into the impact and statistics of my Clinical Research Training

    Dear Friends, I have been recently asked about the statistics and impact of my clinical research training in the middle east region. I have been giving these clinical research courses to medical students inside and outside Egypt since 2014. During the past 7 years, at least 2500 medical students, trainees, physicians, and faculty members joined […]

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    NCRT Summer 2020 is starting within a week

    Kindly note that our NCRT Summer Research Training will be held online owing to the current restrictions on mobility and gatherings. The course starts next Friday 7, 2020. All sessions will be held online through Zoom online meeting. All sessions will be recorded. Up to 200 participants from +13 countries registered their interest in my […]

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    Who, do you think, is responsible for errors in Robotic Surgery?

    Robots are revolutionizing medicine. They can work in ways that humans cannot. In surgery, they can be more sensitive, more precise, can scan for problems a human may not see, and they can draw on data from procedures carried out by other robots. Robots do not get tired and their decision-making is consistent. But if […]

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    Global Neurosurg-1

    Dear Colleagues On behalf of the Global NeuroSurg Research Collaborative, I’m inviting you to join the World Global Neurosurgical Research Collaborative, dedicated to collaborative multicentre neurosurgical research: The first GNS study (GNS-I) is an international, prospective, cohort study of the management and outcomes of Traumatic Brain Injury worldwide. Any worldwide hospital receiving TBI patients is eligible for participation. Within […]

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    Our Complete Guide to Learn Medical Research Skills

    [1] My research experience Details on my website: Video (1) The start: Video (2) Types of research: Video (3) Required skills to do research & recommended resources: Video (4) Outcomes of my activity: [2] Free Public Resources Clinical Research For Medical Students: General Steps of Medical Research: How […]

  • How I started research

    I have received so many inquiries about how I started my research journey during my undergraduate studies at Zagazig University, Egypt. This information would be helpful for medical students in many developing countries with similar situations where no or few research opportunities exist for medical students. The four videos were posted on my Youtube channel […]