Hello researchers! In this section of our website, we’d like to share with you our favorite resources on the net useful for the conduct of health research. Please feel free to download, copy, share, and use our material as a guide for your own work, following terms of the Creative Commons License: Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International.
Embarking on your research project? Here are some of our templates to help you with your protocol:
A thorough search of available literature is a crucial step during the research planning and design phase. Here are our favorite online resources for literature searches:
Search engines for academic and peer-reviewed papers
Evidence based medicine
Open access sites
ASEAN and Asia-Pacific research
Philippine health research journals
Need assistance in literature search? Contact us.
Health research is human research. Before one can conduct any health research, possession of a certification of ethics or GCP training is necessary. Many universities and hospitals offer in-house sessions for this, but if you opt for a free, online course, here’s a great resource:
How do you know if your research protocol is at par with international standards? The EQUATOR network provides over 300 reporting guidelines for different study designs. The more commonly used ones are:
Our current favorite online course is a collaboration between BMJ and UCSF, a program called Research to Publication.
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