Workshop on The Art of Protocol Writing

  • 2020-11-02


A workshop on “The Art Of Protocol Writing” was conducted by Central Research Team of Santosh Deemed to be University, Ghaziabad, Delhi, NCR for the fresher’s joined for PG (MD/MS/MDS) of batch 2020-2021. The workshop was attended by around 91 students with enthusiasm from 2nd Nov 2020 to 4th Nov 2020 between 2.00pm to 4.30pm. A series of lectures related to research were delivered by the faculty members and research team members of our University.

On the first day, the workshop was inaugurated by Dean Research, Dr Jyoti Batra, who emphasized upon the role of Research and ethics in health Sciences. Dr. Saurabh Gupta, Research Associate from Central Research Team delivered a lecture on “Fundamental Steps of Protocol Writing”. Following that, “How to Identify the Research Topic” was delivered by Dr. Sivanesan Dhandayuthapani, Senior Research Associate of the central Research Team. Dr. Neeti Mittal, Reader & Post-doctoral fellow of the Research team gave a lecture on “Search relevant article and write the Literature Review”.

The second day was started with a lecture on “Bio-ethics on Research” delivered by Dr. Jyoti Batra, followed by that, Dr. Sivanesan Dhandayuthapani, delivered a lecture on “Expected Outcomes of Research”. The session was taken over by Dr. K.C. Agarwal, Professor & HOD of Pediatrics, Santosh Medical College and Hospital, who delivered a lecture on “Reference Writing”. followed by a, lecture on “How to setup AIMS & Objective of Relevant Topic” by Dr Mittal. Last lecture on the day two was delivered by, Mr. Ankit Singh, Assistant Professor & Biostatistician of Central Research Team, on the “Introduction of Study Design”.

On day three, Mr. Ashish Gaur, Assistant Professor & Statistician, Dept., Community Medicine, delivered lectures on “Sampling and Basic Sampling Methods & Data Collection” and “Basic introduction on Sample Size” as well. At the end of the series, Mr. Singh, delivered a lecture on “Basic statistical methods for qualitative & quantitative data, Data Presentation & Basic Statistical Inference”

The three day workshop was completed successfully with the feed-back session from the attendees. A total 91 students attended the workshop.