Knowledge 2 Connect
Knowledge 2 Connect is an initiative organized by the Knowledge Centre for Health Ghent. Every year the knowledge centre organizes five Knowledge 2 Connect meetings aimed at supporting researchers. The focus is based on providing customized information and exchanging best practices. The seminars are practice oriented and tailored to researchers who perform research in the area of medicine and health.
All seminars will be organized in a hybrid way unless online meetings are preferred/obliged due to COVID-19 measures.
Researchers can join at Ghent University Hospital or online (via MS Teams).
Registration is necessary for each seminar, via the link mentioned below. A few days before the seminar, you will receive the final practical information (e.g. a Microsoft Teams link to participate).
CME credits / Doctoral Schools
Continuing Medical Education (CME) credits (i.e. ‘accreditatie’) has been requested for all Knowledge 2 Connect meetings (section 6 ‘Ethics and Economics’).
The Knowledge 2 Connect program is part of the Transferable Skills programme (Cluster Research & Valorisation) of the Doctoral Schools of Life Sciences and Medicine.
Questions or suggestions? Nele Pauwels, information specialist at KCGG (firstname.lastname@example.org or 09/332 24 43).
Program 2022 – 2023
26/05/’23 – Authoring for Cochrane – how can Cochrane Belgium help you and experiences from a Kidney and Transplant reviewer
16/06/’23 – Helping your audience find and understand your academic paper
Presentations and video recordings are available through Ufora. (Not all sessions will be recorded.) If you have problems accessing the specific page on Ufora, you should register.
10/02/’23 –Managing stress and building resilience for researchers
13/01/’23 – Grant proposal writing skills: your research in a CV
21/10/’22 – Discover the unknown features of Scopus, a tool to explore and disseminate research
20/05/’22 – Creativity as a driver to innovation in healthcare
25/03/’22 – Research metrics: learn about the new developments of Research Explorer, GISMO, FRIS, ORCID and BIBLIO and what the merit is for you!
11/02/’22 – How to survive an interview with a journalist?
19/11/’21 – Research Data Management trends and requirements: Funder & journal policies
17/09/’21 – How to get more out of GIDEON: a clinical decision support web application and ebook series covering Infectious Diseases and Microbiology