The workshop is designed for a maximum of forty (40) researchers in health sciences and health social sciences, aged 35 years old and below, who have a research project completed not more than 2 years ago and have drafted a manuscript for submission to a scholarly journal. The selected draft manuscripts will be reviewed and revised during the workshop, based on the lectures and exercises, under the guidance of the faculty and mentor – facilitators. All participants are expected to present a 7-minute power point summary of their revised manuscripts on the second day of the workshop, and agree to submit the article to an appropriate scholarly peer-reviewed journal within three (3) months after the workshop.
1. Application forms (incomplete forms will not be considered) 2. Conforme slip 3. Abstracts 4. Draft Journal Manuscripts 5. Instructions to authors (This is a free document downloadable from the website of your prospective journal.)
Please use this subject format in your email: Application_12th Wrtieshop_(Surname) Please save your documents in this format: Application form_(Surname), Conforme Slip_(Surname), Abstract_(Surname), Manuscript_(Surname), ITO_(Surname)
The results of the selection of participants for the Workshop will be communicated on July 15, 2017.
If there are any questions about the Workshop, please contact Ms. Ciaren Itulid at tel.no. (02) 837-7534.
The Bicol Consortium for Health Research and Development was established in 2007 to address the need to establish a strong health research and development coordination system involving various institutions in Region V with interest in health research. Putting them together to work on consortium arrangement will promote complementation thereby increase synergy despite limited resources for Research and Development undertakings. The primary objective of BCHRD is to institute/strengthen the system of collaboration in Region V to develop and enhance capacity of research institutions within the region which has interest and engage in health and related researches, as a strategy to improve the health conditions of the Bicolanos.