STM 19th European Intensive Course in Journal Publishing - 11 May 2009 For 19 years, this course had held the premier place in publishing training. The course aims to provide a serious grounding in all aspects of learned journal publishing. The emphasis is on understanding in-depth the various publishing functions. 11- 15 May 2009
The importance of stories and case reports in health care - 15 May 2009 Cases Network is changing the way that doctors' knowledge and experience of medical cases can be used and shared.
We are hosting an academic meeting to examine the role of individual patients' stories in everyday practice, and how case reports can help to place the patient and their experiences at the centre of healthcare.
This meeting brings together medical leaders who will teach delegates more about how the traditional case report has been reinvigorated through online publication.
Attendees will learn how narrative medicine and case reports can complement evidence-based medicine, how stories can teach us much more than surveys alone, and how web 2.0 technologies are changing the future of health care.
Other topics covered will include the role of case reports in sharing knowledge on drug side effects, the relevance of case reports to GPs, and the benefit of case reports in the developing world.
Epublishing Innovation Forum - 19 May 2009 A 2 day conference that will demonstrate winning strategies to help you enhance your profit margins and make your business recession proof. Featuring case studies that focus on how to generate new revenue streams through innovative business models.
INFORUM 2009 - 27 May 2009 The three-day conference, which is focused on variety of aspects concerning the use of electronic information resources in research, development, education and business, is attended by information specialists from public and special libraries, corporate sector and government agencies. The conference is the main event in this field in our country and in 2003 we extended it's focus also to countries of Central and Eastern Europe.