A 'how-to' guide to setting up a trainee-led research network
Following the success of several regional trainee-led research networks we have compiled some advice and guidance which we hope will be useful if you are looking to establish a network in your area.
We would like to thank Dr Tom Clarke from the South West Anaesthesia Research Matrix (SWARM) and Dr Charlotte Small from the West Midlands Trainee Research in Anaesthesia and Intensive Care Network (WM TRAIN) for providing answers to the questions below.
Anaesthetic Audit & Research Matrix of Yorkshire: AARMY
Anaesthetic Audit & Research Network: ARNni
Intensive Care & Anaesthesia Research Network North East Trainees: INCARNNET
Mersey Anaesthesia Research and Quality Improvement: MARQ Collaborative
North West Research & Audit Group: NWRAG
Pan-London Perioperative Audit and Research Network: PLAN
South East Anaesthetic Research CHain: SEARCH
South Yorkshire Hospitals Audit & Research Collaborative: SHARC
Surrey Perioperative Anaesthesia Critical Care Collaborative Research Group: SPACeR Group
South Coast Perioperative Audit & Research Collaborative: SPARC
Severn Trainees Anaesthetic Research Group: STAR
South West Anaesthesia Research Matrix: SWARM
Welsh Anaesthetic Audit Research and Engagement Network: WAAREN
West Midlands Trainee Research in Anaesthesia and Intensive Care Network: WM TRAIN
6. How do you organise your research network? Do you have a committee and if so, how are roles assigned? How do you decide who presents or writes up the results of your research? Do you have any rules governing authorship of articles written from your research?