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Orthopaedic Surgery Research

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Description:
This project is part of Bristol Medical School's BAME Research Initiative. It is open to BAME (Black, Asian, and Minority Ethnic) students at the University of Bristol, in the hopes of overcoming the BAME attainment gap and making research far more accessible to these underrepresented groups.

The successful candidates will be taught basic evidence synthesis skills and then they will have the opportunity to apply this in pairs under supervision to a research question framed in partnership with expert methodologists and clinicians. The time commitment expected of this will be significant, but can largely be undertaken out of normal working hours, and candidates must be sure that they can commit fully to the project. Examples of similar outputs from the research group can be found at 
https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/32862675/ and at https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/32135385/

Lead Supervisors: Dr Setor Kunutsor and Professor Ashley Blom
Status:
Recruiting
Author:
BAME Initiative
Last Active:
28/04/2021

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