- This is an optional course.
- The course is part of the Field-Specific Studies module.
- The Doctoral Programme in Biomedicine coordinates the course.
- The course is available to students of other degree programmes.
The aim of KLTO Science Day is to give the doctoral candidates an opportunity to learn of the latest research and developments within clinical research, to get an idea of the research projects their peers work on and of the role and support they can get from their doctoral programme. DCs will also be able to network with other doctoral candidates and with prominent researchers in the field, from Finland and abroad. Doctoral candidates have the opportunity to present their research by giving a talk/ presenting a poster
The recommended time of completion is at the beginning of the studies. Organised annually in the autumn term
KLTO Science Day will focus on the different aspects of clinical research. In addition, current doctoral programme issues are discussed.
The course will be completed as contact teaching (attendance required), with an opportunity for presenting a poster or giving a speech on the doctoral student’s research project.
Pass / Fail
Attendance throughout the seminar = 1 ECTS credit
Submit your abstract: https://elomake.helsinki.fi/lomakkeet/91920/lomake.html
Credits: 1 ECTS for full attendance (2 ECTS for full attendance and oral presentation - please note: there are a limited number of presentation slots)
Note! The best doctoral candidate presentation will be awarded!
8.30-9.00 COFFEE & SNACKS
9.00-9.15 Introduction, Taneli Raivio
9.15-10.00 Publishing in peer-reviewed journals, Open Access, Predatory Journals, Katri Larmo
10.00-10.30 Clinical Research Abroad, Antti Mäkitie
10.30-10.45 COFFEE BREAK
10.45-11.30 Scientific writing; the editor's perspective and ethical aspects, Pertti Saloheimo
11.30-12.00 The Role of the Clinical Research Institute HUCH in Clinical Studies, Nadja Kullas
12.45-13.15 Funding instruments for a clinical researcher, Nelli Salminen
13.15-13.45 Vaccine hesitancy and Evidence-Based Medicine, Harri Saxén
13.45-14.00 COFFEE BREAK
14.00-14.15 Physical activity and premature death in patients with type 1 diabetes and CKD, Heidi Tikkanen-Dolenc
14.15-14.30 Bypass Surgery for Complex Internal Carotid Artery Aneurysms, Ville Nurminen
14.30-14.45 Biomarker expressions in liver grafts after a pediatric liver transplantation, Silja Voutilainen
14.45-15.00 Effects of tourniquet use in total knee arthroplasty, a randomised study, Mikko Rantasalo
15.00-15.15 Coagulopathy in patients with traumatic intracranial hemorrhage, Janne Kinnunen
15.15-15.30 Trends in the incidence, rate and treatment of miscarriage, Reetta Linnakaari
15.30-15.45 Closing remarks Taneli Raivio & Rewarding the best doctoral candidate’s presentation
The course will be completed as contact teaching (attendance required), with an opportunity for presenting a speech/poster.