Science in the Break is a communication platform to make research more accessible to everyone and give more visibility to young researchers, which will potentially enhance their network and future collaborations. They focuses on health sciences and rehabilitation, touching on methods like musculoskeletal imaging, movement analysis, brain imaging, and brain stimulation techniques. Led by Tea Lulic-Kuryllo, Cristina Simon-Martinez, and Francesco Cenni, guests chat about their work, explain methods, and share academic and funding experiences.
In their most recent episode they provide overview about Cochrane Rehabilitation (Carlotte Kiekens), practical information on how to learn/contribute (Chiara Arienti), and a young researcher's perspective on their experience (Vanessa Young).
- 1:18 - What is Cochrane?
- 2:15 - What is Cochrane Rehabilitation? What other groups are there?
- 4:55 - How can clinicians use Cochrane evidence?
- 7:53 - What is a good level of knowledge to write a systematic review?
- 10:15 - How can early career professionals get involved in Cochrane Rehabilitation?
- 10:58 - Cochrane International Mobility Programme and Cochrane Rehabilitation opportunities
- 13:38 - Students 4 Best Evidence blog
- 17:17 - Citizen Scientist platform, Cochrane Crowd
- 17:33 - Cochrane TaskExchange
- 19:06 - Cochrane community is a very welcoming environment for entry-level researchers
- 22:43 - 3 top points
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