Researchers’ Day 2018 – Basic mechanism of pain, function, and manual treatment – what do we know and where do we go?
Start: 24th May 2018 @ 09:00am
End: 24th May 2018 @ 17:00pm
Budapest Congress Centre
1-3, Jagelló út, 1123 , Budapest, Hungary
The purpose of the Researchers’ Day (RD) is to facilitate networking and academic discussions among researchers within the chiropractic profession and clinicians with a research interest. Specifically, to inspire to new ideas about how to use qualitative methods in chiropractic research. Novices to the field of qualitative research will be given an introduction to the field.
Content of the activity
A full day seminar on basic mechanism of pain, function, and manual treatment . The morning session includes talks from key note speakers (n=5) and interactive discussions with the audience. In the afternoon, we invite all to present ongoing work, new ideas, interesting projects or methodologies. PhD students and early carrier researchers are given priority. Finally we provide a general news bulletin and updates on the ECCRE projects.
- Consolidated or expanded attendee networks.
- New ideas and inspiration to own research.
- Inspiration to engage with multidisciplinary research teams
Platform presentations and discussion, and attendee interactions
Full day seminar (9:00-17:15)
- Researcher from the chiropractic profession
- Clinicians with an interest in research topics
Researchers’ Day is hosted by the European Academy of Chiropractic (EAC) Special Interests Group (SIG) in Research. The EAC SIG in Research facilitates interaction and collaboration of European researchers with a background in chiropractic. Each year the EAC SIG in Research hosts the ‘Researcher’s Day’ in conjunction with the European Chiropractors’ Union Convention. The purpose of the Researchers’ Day is to provide an opportunity for researchers to interact, learn and formulate common strategies. The Researchers’ Day is sponsored by ECCRE.
Researchers’ Day is organised by the four members of the SIG Research (Erik Poulsen, Corrie Myburgh, Joachim Andersen, and Mette Jensen Stochkendahl (chair))
Course Contact Name
Mette Jensen Stochkendahl