Dr. Cambron Presents at International Massage Therapy Research Conference
Professor Jerilyn Cambron of National University recently gave two presentations at the International Massage Therapy Research Conference in Boston, Massachusetts.
Her first presentations titled: “Enhancing the art of peer review” (Cambron JA, Boulanger K, Porcino A), was a how-to workshop focused on the peer-review process for new reviewers of scientific journal articles. It included the recommended qualities of reviewers, the overall review process, what to include in the review, and how to submit a review.
Her second presentation, “Practice based research methods” (Cambron JA, Boulanger K), provided an overview of the components of a practice-based research network, as well as the history of its use in health care research and some examples of such networks within medicine and CAM fields.
She also moderated a panel discussion on “Massage in the community; informing public health,” and spoke on the topic “What to expect at your first research conference” during a “first-timers” luncheon. In addition, she facilitated both a networking lunch on writing case reports and a small group session for massage therapy research agenda planning.