Doing Research as a trainee in Geriatric Medicine
- Created on 08 July 2010
- Written by Alasdair MacLullich and Miles Witham
- Hits: 7753
The process of moving from clinical work to enter the less structured world of research can be confusing and a little daunting. To address this we are producing a series of articles on ‘Doing research as a trainee in Geriatric Medicine’: why do research; finding a project; getting off to a good start; funding; research centres and good presentation skills.
The British Geriatrics Society Scientific Meetings are a good place to present your research. The BGS is flexible about research presented at its meetings being presented elsewhere and is happy to accommodate researchers who, having presented at both BGS Scientific Meetings and other meetings, wish to be published elsewhere other than the Society's Age & Ageing journal.