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The development of the sciences is necessary in a modern society. This includes research training in universities, research-based teaching in universities and the establishment of research centers and scientific journals. This module is part of this trilogy in order to develop research in health to develop the society. Over time the health professionals should acquire skills in 1) epidemiology, 2) evidence based medicine, 3) the use of electronic tools like Epi-data, Zotero, Epi-info, Excel and Spss 4) reading English articles 5) train to present good power points. Besides they must have a deep interests to solve the health problems by research and have ideas on how to get valid data: 1) a sample of original new data from questionnaires or registers 2) data collected for a planned master's thesis 3) data from of a finished master thesis to be re-analyzed and edited for publication as a scientific article or a letter to the Editor. Training on how to do and how to use the research is available in many countries in different levels. The fundamental aims of the PhD studies are to train doctoral researchers, carry out research and write a doctoral thesis In the Nordic countries in medicine are 180 ECTS, 3 years full time with 3 international published articles. Others countries have less academic requirements and some even do not require published international peer reviewed articles. The master courses include research training in some countries, but lamost nothing in developing countries. Many students in the Spanish maritime master courses have finalised their tesis with an articles published in Medicina maritima. For maritime health professionals, there are many ways to acquire research skills over time. A research training time-span can be composed of different modules from different universities. Most important is your own ideas and dedication for your planned studies and if this is the first time, always contact experienced scientists.

  1. How to start and complete research projects - metodology
  2. Electronic tools
  3. Guidelines for publication in scientific journals
  4. How to write a flawless manuscript
  5. Standard questionnaires in English
  6. Standard questionnaires in Spanish
  7. The PRISMA Statement
  8. The STROBE statement
  9. Checklist/STROBE cross-sectional
  10. STROBE Statement checklists English
  11. The EQUATOR -network CLINCAL CASE reporting-guidelines
  12. University courses