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Clinical case report training
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Step 2: Case report training
The Scientific Writing in Health and Medicine (SWIHM) course educates you in a 30-minute training how to write accurate and transparent case reports more easily. They can be presented at conferences, posted as case report preprints or published in scientific journals. The course consists of 12 short videos with explanations and handouts by Dr David Riley, one of the authors of the CARE guidelines. If you want to know more about SWIHM, click here.
Once you register on our website, you’ll receive a voucher allowing you to enrol in the SWIHM course for free. This course is an excellent opportunity to update your knowledge on scientific writing.
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Why case reports make a difference
Dr. David Riley, a member of the CARE Group, explains why writing good case reports makes a difference.
About the case report training
The Scientific Writing in Health and Medicine (SWIHM) online course has been offered since 2017. The Training is led by Dr David Riley, one of the authors of the CARE guidelines and a member of the CARE Group. Dr Riley is also a network director of the SSRN and Elsevier’s preprint server, Health Science Case Reports Research Network, as well as a senior editor for The Permanente Journal.
Dr Riley helped lead the development of the CARE guidelines which were published in the Journal of Clinical Epidemiology in 2013 and 2017. They have been endorsed by numerous medical journals and publishers and are an accepted standard for evidence-based case reports worldwide. Scientific Writing in Health and Medicine (SWIHM) helps healthcare professionals to write and publish case reports following the CARE guidelines. By registering on our website, you can take Dr Riley’s course for free and download additional learning materials.
The SWIHM course on case report writing contains 12 videos grouped into four sessions. In total, the course will take you approximately 30 minutes to complete. Audio is in English, with Spanish or Russian subtitles available.
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