toogoofy

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Hi all,

Is it acceptable to submit a poster or presentation to a conference that is a review of others' research? There are some rehabilitation topics I think are fun to read about, but don't want to commit to writing a full blown review.
 

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Hi all,

Is it acceptable to submit a poster or presentation to a conference that is a review of others' research? There are some rehabilitation topics I think are fun to read about, but don't want to commit to writing a full blown review.
Sorry. I don't think that's a thing.
 
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Goro

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Hi all,

Is it acceptable to submit a poster or presentation to a conference that is a review of others' research? There are some rehabilitation topics I think are fun to read about, but don't want to commit to writing a full blown review.
Try doing a meta-analysis.
 
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Try doing a meta-analysis.
OP doesn't even want to commit to writing a full review, not sure I see them having the time/patience/resources/mentorship to undertake a legitimate meta-analysis.
 

Goro

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OP doesn't even want to commit to writing a full review, not sure I see them having the time/patience/resources/mentorship to undertake a legitimate meta-analysis.
Then OP would be wasting their time.
 
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