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Social responsibility as our members see it

Morten H. Haugaard

M.Sc. sociology- Aalborg University, Denamrk Member of OpenSourceResearch Collboration

Knowledge is the foundation of not only development, but also democracy and freedom. OpenSourceResearch Collaboration believes that the knowledge we create

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The Virtual Young Scalpels Bootcamp’s curriculum

First Virtual Young Scalpels Bootcamp 2021

The webinar will be held on the 11th. August 2021 at 18:00 CET

The Virtual Young Scalpels Bootcamp’s curriculum was designed to bridge
the gap and smooth the transition of medical students, interns, and

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Why there is a need for OSRC?

Why there is a need for OSRC?

Create innovative solutions to improve health care

We have virtually unlimited capacity to generate new ideas to address the needs of our societies.

We are a community composed of creative individuals always willing

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Special issue of MIS about surgery in LMICs

OSRC in collaboration with MIS

OpenSourceResearch in collboration with MIS (Mini Invasive Surgery Journal) are planning to produce a special issue about surgery in low- and middle income countries (LMICs).

The focus of this issue will be minimally invasive surgery

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Who can be a member?

Our Members

Who can join the OpenSourceResearch Collaboration?

As an open platform, we welcome anyone who wants to join however, our research focus is the integration of information technologies and artificial intelligence in clinical research.

Researchers and students who

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Our social responsibility

Our Social Responsibility

Promoting knowledge in LMICs

Knowledge contributes to development in several different ways: as a productive resource, as an essential input for education, scientific research, industrial technology, as catalyst to the social change and economic development and as

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Our targets

Our Targets

Where are we in 2021?

We are a registered, non-profit, international organization based in Denmark.  We have a vast network of senior well-known international researchers, junior researchers, students in different medical disciplines in addition to researchers and students

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How OSRC works?

Arm and Open Source Research

Arm, a firm which produces the fundamental blueprints on which most microprocessor chips are built is not a normal company.

The firm’s core products are a set of fundamental designs for computer chips called

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Two vacancy in education committee

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We are currently welcoming applications from members for the two positions in education committee.  

The education committee will plan and conduct basic research skills workshops in low-and middle income countries. This committee will be an important international player in development

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100 days’ achievements of #OpenSourceResearch Collaboration

Transforming #OpenSourceResearch Collaboration from a network of international researcher who joined forces to do research online to a registered international organisation is a huge task.  In these few lines, I shall point out the most important achievements in the first