RESEARCH

INTRODUCTION

This page is committed to fostering an environment that promotes research activities for medical and graduate students, junior doctors, board candidates, and fellows. It includes books and topics from a wide range of academic areas to ensure that they will achieve greater success in this field.

DESIGNING CLINICAL RESEARCH

This book is about the science of doing clinical research in all its forms: translational research, clinical trials, patient-oriented research, epidemiologic studies, and health service researches.

HIGH-YIELD: BIOSTATISTICS, EPIDEMIOLOGY, & PUBLIC HEALTH

This book aims to cover the complete range of biostatistics, epidemiology, and population health material that can be expected to appear in USMLE Step 1, without going beyond that range.

DOING YOUR RESEARCH PROJECT A GUIDE FOR FIRST-TIME RESEARCHERS

Doing Your Research Project is intended for those of you who are
about to undertake research for what is referred to as a ‘100-hour project’, an undergraduate dissertation or a postgraduate thesis.

HOW TO DO A BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH AND HOW TO WRITE IT?

As a consultant in my department, I have been asked several
times by my colleagues, how to do research? Here are the main steps to do research and to write a manuscript.

STREPTOCOCCAL MENINGITIS IN QATAR

Streptococcal meningitis is a recognized medical condition that confronts physicians in Qatar. The aim of this study was to describe the demographic, clinical characteristics, and outcomes of SM.