volume 26, issue 3, P434-435 2012
DOI: 10.3109/02688697.2012.690920
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Angelos G. Kolias, Christopher J. A. Cowie, Andrew Tarnaris, Peter J. Hutchinson, Paul M. Brennan

Abstract: High quality research in all surgical specialties is essential for improving patient care and outcome; neurosurgery is not an exception. Trainee collaborative networks have recently attracted considerable interest as they have a number of advantages for trainees and clinical research studies. We believe that neurosurgery represents a unique opportunity for the development of a similar nation-wide trainee research collaborative network. Our view is that this model will produce a sizeable cohort of registrars a…

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