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"How To" series

The General Medical Council requires ‘tomorrow’s doctors’ to be scholars, as well as competent practitioners and professionals (GMC, 2009). Therefore, the ability engage with, appraise and contribute to clinical research remains a critical component of the undergraduate medical education, and beyond.

Student research
‘Tomorrow’s Doctors’

The NSAMR student committee has written several guides as an aid to medical students to help develop understanding and skills in clinical research. These guides are hoped to be used as a general introduction and to be of some practical help when encountering or conducting research.

The following guides are available and freely downloadable:-

How to apply for AFP

How to conduct a clinical audit

How to design a good research study

How to give a good oral presentation

How to get involved with undergraduate research

How to guide to understanding statistics

How to make a scientific poster

How to read a paper

How to use your portfolio

How to write a scientific abstract

How to write a systematic literature review

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