"Nobody is perfect!" (Marilyn Monroe)
To support scientists and researchers, we initiated the SCIgenia training program.
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The current topics are:
- Scientific research; How / Where do I find what? Which keywords do I use?
- What is the significance of the types of studies (eg meta-analysis)?
- Evaluation of a scientific publication
- Are text and presentation of scientific voices?
- Does the conclusion on the results?
- Is there statistical tricks? Embellished or graphics?
- Copyright and plagiarism in science
- Science process suitable for the media and audience needs
- Practical part: Presentation Coaching
- Moderation of the presentation by a media professional
- Plan and manage projects
- From concept to project structure and work plan
- Time and on budget
- Management, incident and risk analysis
- Data recovery
- Subsidy funds
- Planning a project with a team
- From idea to publication?
Other workshop topics:
Science theory and method of study:
- What is scientifically proven?
- Foundations of Western thinking, Why a hypothesis?
- Whoever said "anything goes"? Study designs for research on humans?
What do the terms: longitudninal, controlled prospective, double-blind, cohort, randomized
heuristic hypotheses, CRF, ICH, GCP, etc.
From Idea to Publication:
Planning curtailing a long way: Problem - idea, approach, concept work, curriculum, resource
Project work, data collection, data selection, text design, selection of the medium, submission,
review process, editing, Neueinreichen, publication distribution
- Management tools for applications, How to Build a Work Breakdown Structure? What is the good?
- What is the meaning of a Gannt chart?
- What is PERT?
Media work with journalists:
- How do I present myself intelligible, media-friendly?
- What is OTS?
- Tricks and foibles of journalists
- How to create a press release? How to organize a press conference?