Scientific Communication lectures are offered to WRNMMC researchers and residents. Dr. Tmanova can conduct the educational program analysis, design, development, implementation, and evaluation of learning programs to identify the learning gap in WRNMMC post-graduate trainees and develop learning solutions to enhance military medicine education. Dr. Tmanova has subject-specific expertise and experience in the pathobiology, microbiology, molecular biology, veterinary science, food science, information sciences, information technology, and information technology education.
If you have questions about the development of educational program, educational curriculum, and scientific communication lectures, please contact informationist, Dr. Tmanova.
Lectures are taught using DoD's Commercial Virtual Remote Environment Microsoft Teams.
This lecture introduces the process of conducting research, development of the research question and hypothesis, literature analysis, research methods, data management, and research integrity.
This lecture is an introduction to the development of a scientific presentation for communication of scholarly research.
This lecture introduces the fundamentals of citation management.
This lecture describes the National Center for Biotechnology Information molecular databases on medical genetics, genetic tests, and laboratories.
This lecture introduces a concept of data-driven research, research data management, data management planning for grant proposals, and DoD biomedical research and data policy.
This lecture introduce the concepts of protocol development for a systematic reviews, protocol registration with Cochrane and PROSPERO, and standards and guidelines for writing a systematic review.
This lecture introduces the literature searching strategies for the exploration of published literature using Web of Science databases for the development of the scientific study.
This lecture introduces the analysis of multidisciplinary literature, information management, and information synthesis for the development of research studies.
This lecture is introduction to principles and methodology for conduction of literature review, analysis of literature, planning literature review, research development, literature analysis and synthesis, and writing literature review draft.
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