Orthopaedic Research Club is a new Initiative of IORG that shows the commitment of Indian Orthopaedic Research Group in Improving the Research Education in India. This initiative is aimed at residents and trainees and help them learn about principles of research early in their career.  We have started with the the Mumbai branch of the Club and soon other branches will be started. 

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The Fourth  Meet of  ORC will be held  at BYL Nair Hospital Mumbai on 29th June 2013 (Saturday) 

Venue - BYL Nair Hospital, TNMC. Dhanvantari Hall, College Building, Second Floor  

Timing - 3-5 PM

Topic - Basic Statistics for Surgeons 

Topic: The meet will discuss in detail about basic statistics with respect to What should you ask to your statistician. How to understand statistics in a paper. 

Organisers: Dr Dheeraj Sonawane; Dr Anoop Dhamangaonkar

Meeting Organised by: Department of Orthopaedic, BYL Nair Hospital and Indian Orthopaedic Research Group

Registration is compulsory: Please contact organisers Dr Dheeraj Sonawane (9967441796), Dr Anoop Dhamangaonkar (9819419898)  or write to us at indian.ortho@gmail.com for Registration

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 Organize an ORC Meet at Your Institute

If you wish to organise an ORC Meet at your institute or in your city or state, Please contact us at indian.ortho@gmail.com and also write to Dr Ashok Shyam at drashokshyam@yahoo.co.uk



Orthopaedic Research Club

Aim- Initiate, Establish and Propagate Research Culture in Ortho Residents and Trainees

 Vision: Research is Pursuit of Knowledge. It is a scientific way of pursuing knowledge and enriching ourselves. Although a medical school does teach us how to gain knowledge, it hardly focuses on the scientific way. Research has tremendous importance in a medical career, however this topic is not even introduced till we are half way through are medical Education. Having Publication early in medical career will help in developing a great Scientific Outlook and research culture in our Medical Graduates.

Objectives: The basic objectives will be to make residents acquainted with principles of scientific inquiry, principles of Research and Publication.

1. Discussion on individual projects the residents are involved

2. Tips of collecting literature and also assist in fining articles

3. Help in designing the study, planning data collection and doing statistics

4. Discussion on principles of manuscript writing and publication


Plan of Action:

1. ORC-Mumbai will have meeting every once a month in one of centers in Mumbai. A convenient timing will be fixed and the meet will last for two to three hours [preferable time will be Saturday evenings or Wednesday evenings]

2. We will form a Google/Facebook group named Orthopaedic Research Club and add all who wish to be part of this group. Any topic or project discussed will be put on the group mail and should also be send to Dr Ashok Shyam who will be conducting the sessions.

3. Each session will begin with a brief talk on a specific topic in research and then individual thesis/project/paper/study can be discussed in details.

4. As the club grows we will formulate plans according to need of the group.

More suggestions can be incorporated as we go along.

Basic structure can be

1. One short lecture of 15 mins where I can talk on research

2. Two papers discussed

3. One Thesis Discussed

4. Journal Club where one article is discussed. [this article can be shared beforehand in the google group / facebook group].



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