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ACADEMIA2019

Primary Topics:
Systematic review, meta-analysis, medical statistics, academic writing, presentation skills, Communication, unconscious bias
Start Date:
Wednesday, February 06th 2019
End Date:
Saturday, February 09th 2019
Country:
Rome, Italy
Description & Objectives:

PERSONAL SCIENTIFIC EMPOWERMENT!

– Present with confidence
– Find the Leader in you
– Do your own Systematic Review
– Upgrade your Network!

ACADEMIA is the perfect way to prepare for your participation in the ESOT2019 Congress in Copenhagen.

The 4-day course consists of a mix of lectures, a case discussion, short presentations by the attendees and an interactive small-groups systematic review workshop.

Awards
Participants will have the opportunity to win two awards during the course.

The Sir Peter Morris Award. This will be awarded for the best systematic review abstract.

The Henrik Ekberg Award. This will be awarded for the best participant presentation.

 

Learning Objectives
Key academic skills that participants will acquire include:

Literature searching
Critical appraisal
Systematic review and meta-analysis
Basics of medical statistics
Academic writing and editing
Preparing and delivering presentations

Special Module by Susan West (Solvay Univeristy, Brussels, Belgium):
WORKSHOP: Leading in the 21st Century: Communicating with Impact
FOCUS ON:
•    What you do that causes your communication breakdowns
•    How to catch and correct yourself when you fall into typical traps
•    A new set of skills and techniques to ensure you have consistently great conversations
•    How to increase your credibility and influence with people over whom you have no formal control.

Target Group:

The workshop is open to 25 professionals, from trainee to senior consultant level. The number of attendees is limited to promote active participation and to stimulate close interaction amongst attendees and educators.

Day 1 (14:30-18:45) 6th February

14:30 – 14:50 CARDINAL KNOX Room

WELCOME

Liset Pengel, Oxford, United Kingdom; Luca Toti, Rome, Italy

14:50-15:00 CARDINAL KNOX Room

INTRODUCTION OF THE EDUCATIONAL TOOL “ALL ESOT APP”

ESOT team member, Padova, Italy

15:00- 15:30 CARDINAL KNOX Room

ICEBREAKER: GUESS WHAT?

FOCUS ON: Moderated discussion on a challenging topic in transplantation

Frank Dor, London, United Kingdom

15:30 – 16:00 CARDINAL KNOX Room

CATCH THE BOX

16:00 – 16:15 PATIO Room

COFFEE BREAK

16:15 – 16:45 CARDINAL KNOX Room

LECTURE Evidence in Transplantation

John O’Callaghan, Oxford, United Kingdom

16:45 – 17:45 CARDINAL KNOX Room

LECTURE HOW TO DO A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW

FOCUS ON: introduction of concept, research questions, statistical instruments, data extraction, meta-analysis

Simon Knight, Oxford, United Kingdom

17:45 – 19:00 CARDINAL KNOX Room

PRACTICAL WORKSHOP Rehearsal for the premiere on stage

FOCUS ON: Working Groups 1-2-3: six-seven attendees per group individual presentations in front of a video-camera (5 mins + 5 mins comments)

All participants involved together with the Educators.

Day 2 (09:00-18:00) 7th February

09:00 – 09:45 CARDINAL KNOX Room

PRACTICAL WORKSHOP SEARCHING THE LITERATURE

Liset Pengel, Oxford, United Kingdom

09:45 – 10:30 CARDINAL KNOX Room

LECTURE INTRODUCTION TO STATS – Part 1

FOCUS ON: Statistics for the non-statistician

Maria Pippias, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

10:30 – 11:00 CARDINAL KNOX Room

PRACTICAL WORKSHOP SYSTEMATIC REVIEW: PICO

FOCUS ON: PICO

Liset Pengel, Oxford, United Kingdom

11:00 – 11:45 CARDINAL KNOX Room

LECTURE INTRODUCTION TO STATS – Part 2

FOCUS ON: Statistics for the non-statistician

Maria Pippias, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

11:45 – 12:30 CARDINAL KNOX Room

HENRIK EKBERG Lecture

Luca Toti, Rome, Italy

12:30 – 13:45 LOUNGE Room

PRACTICAL WORKSHOP Individual work on the presentations

FOCUS ON: revision of presentation together with the educators

All participants involved together with the Educators

13:45 – 14:30 PATIO Room

LUNCH BREAK

14:30– 15:30 CARDINAL KNOX Room

PRACTICAL WORKSHOP SYSTEMATIC REVIEW – Part 1

FOCUS ON: Identify eligible papers

Liset Pengel, Oxford, United Kingdom

15:30 – 16:30 CARDINAL KNOX Room

LECTURE + PRACTICAL WORKSHOP META-ANALYSIS

FOCUS ON: Introduction to meta-analysis software and creating forest plots

Simon Knight, Oxford, United Kingdom

16:30 – 16:45 PATIO Room

COFFEE BREAK

16:45 – 18:00 CARDINAL KNOX Room

PRACTICAL WORKSHOP SYSTEMATIC REVIEW – Part 2

FOCUS ON: Assessment of bias and data extraction

Liset Pengel, Oxford, United Kingdom

18:00-19:00 CARDINAL KNOX Room

HENRIK EKBERG AWARD INDIVIDUAL PRESENTATIONS

FOCUS ON: Participants of the GROUP 1

slides presentation in the plenary room

Day 3 (09:00-19:00) 08th February

9:00 – 10:00 CARDINAL KNOX Room

PRACTICAL WORKSHOP SYSTEMATIC REVIEW

FOCUS ON: Prepare and finalise presentation of systematic review

All involved

10:00 – 11:00 CARDINAL KNOX Room

HENRIK EKBERG AWARD INDIVIDUAL PRESENTATIONS

FOCUS ON: Participants of the GROUP 2

slides presentation in the plenary room

11:00-11:15 PATIO Room

COFFEE BREAK

11:15 – 12:00 CARDINAL KNOX Room

LECTURE The Journey of a submitted paper

FOCUS ON: Behind the scenes of the publication process

Rainer Oberbauer, Vienna, Austria

12:00– 13:00 CARDINAL KNOX Room

HENRIK EKBERG AWARD INDIVIDUAL PRESENTATIONS

FOCUS ON: Participants of the GROUP 3

slides presentation in the plenary room

13:00 – 14:00 PATIO Room

LUNCH BREAK

14:00 – 15:00 CARDINAL KNOX Room

LECTURE which are the best hashtags to use?

FOCUS ON: Let’s tell the Transplant Community about what we learn during the course in 240 characters

Frank Dor, London, United Kingdom; Chiara Parisotto, Padova, Italy

15:00 – 19:00 CARDINAL KNOX Room

WORKSHOP: Leading in the 21st Century: Communicating with Impact

FOCUS ON:

What you do that causes your communication breakdowns

How to catch and correct yourself when you fall into typical traps

A new set of skills and techniques to ensure you have consistently great conversations

How to increase your credibility and influence with people over whom you have no formal control.

Susan West, Brussels, Belgium

Day 4 (08:30-13:30) 9th February

8:30 – 12.00 CARDINAL KNOX Room

WORKSHOP: Leading in the 21st Century: Communicating with Impact

FOCUS ON:

What did we learn?

How did we learn?

Susan West, Brussels, Belgium

12:00 -12:45 CARDINAL KNOX Room

SIR PETER MORRIS AWARD INDIVIDUAL PRESENTATIONS

FOCUS ON: Group presentations of the systematic reviews

Working Groups

12:45-13:15 CARDINAL KNOX Room

ANNOUNCEMENT: Henrik Ekberg Award for the Best Presentation

ANNOUNCEMENT: Sir Peter Morris Award for the Best Systematic review abstract