Secondary Topic: Teaching, learning, and assessment
A little evidence goes a long way… how to write a high-quality case report
Melissa S Barber, MSc, ND Student, National University of Natural Medicine (NUNM), Portland, OR, United States; David S Riley, MD, Scientific Writing in Health & Medicine, Portland, OR, United States
Late Breaker: No
To orient clinicians and researchers on the case report writing and publishing process.
From this workshop, attendees will become familiar with:
The overall objectives are to increase reporting from the point of care, support clinicians in writing a high-quality, publishable case report, and create greater interface between clinical and research communities.
David S. Riley, MD and Melissa S. Barber, MSc will jointly present the topics.
Materials include the CARE Checklist and a printed case report example; otherwise, resources will be presented electronically (i.e., PowerPoint and the web).
There will be breakout groups and a large group discussion, including a Q&A.
This workshop will include a presentation, group breakout sessions, and convening in a large group discussion.
If the program committee feels your presentation would be better suited for a different presentation type, such as a symposium (shorter format during the main meeting), would you be willing to adapt your presentation to fit the new format?Yes
Who is the target audience of the workshop? Are there particular skills or background that are recommended as pre-requests?Students, residents, and practicing providers from different healthcare disciplines interested in participating in practice-based research; attendees are encouraged to bring an interesting patient case from their clinical practice
Is this workshop proposed by an organization?Yes
If yes, please nameScientific Writing in Health & Medicine (SWIHM)
Organization's websitehttp://www.care-statement.org/; https://swihm.com/ [under construction]
Has the content (or substantial parts) of this workshop been previously presented or published (note: previous experience presenting the material may be considered a strength as long as continued interest is anticipated)?Yes
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