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How to get involved

For researchers with an interest in evidence-based medicine wanting to be involved in projects from CEBMO or Cochrane Denmark, please contact us @

How can students be involved in our research?
As a student you can be involved in four different ways:
• As a student researcher on already planned projects
• As part of an undergraduate research year, where you lead your own project
• As a Master’s thesis student
• As part of an internship

What types of research can students do?
You can be involved in many projects. Our main research areas are:
• Bias in clinical trials
• Bias in systematic reviews
• Placebo effects
• Industry funding and conflicts of interest in biomedical research
• Citation practices in biomedical research

Why should you get involved?
• Because research is fun
• Because skills in evidence-based medicine is useful when you start your professional career
• Because getting your research published is awesome
• Because we make great coffee

If you would like to know more about getting involved in our work as a student then please contact Camilla Hansen Nejstgaard at to schedule a meeting.


Cochrane Denmark & Centre for Evidence-Based Medicine Odense (CEBMO) University of Southern Denmark

  • J.B. Winsløws Vej 9b, 3rd Floor
  • Odense C - DK-5000

Last Updated 09.03.2022