What is a Journal Club?
A journal club is a regular gathering of scientists to discuss a scientific paper found in a research journal. One or two members of the club present a summary of the chosen paper that the whole group has read.
It is a hallmark part of education in medical training programs.
Journal club is an educational meeting that provides a forum for developing skills in critical appraisal, an essential part of being a competent clinician.
Why join a Journal Club?
- To highlight current research findings.
- To keep updated with new knowledge.
- To encourage practitioners to read and appraise publications critically and give them the ability to do so.
- To be a part of a diverse international scientific community.
- To improve debating skills, demonstrate leadership skills, and aid peer mentorship.
MEAVC JOURNAL CLUB
- One or two Tuesdays each month at 1pm (UAE time)
- MEAVC members - FOR FREE
- Non MEAVC members - 50 USD
- Duration: 1 hour with live Q&As
- Run by University Professors, European and American Board - Certified Diplomates
- Online through Click Meeting platform