Learn in our 90-minute webinar how data collection can take place parallel to therapy and what added value and benefit this data has. The webinar is primarily intended to sensitize interested parties to case studies. Data and data collection in the research process are of great importance, because the data-supported decision about the success/failure of the therapy distinguishes a scientific from an intuitive approach.
Therapists are motivated by us to focus more on data collection in a therapeutic context and thus facilitate data-based decisions on the success of therapy.
We want to minimize concerns of many therapists regarding the requirements and the process of scientific work and show possibilities how data collection can take place parallel to therapy and what added value and benefit these data have. For this purpose, we provide you with a template that facilitates this procedure.
Johannes Spallek and Jennifer Mackert are your contact persons for questions regarding studies and study projects and offer their support. In addition, this webinar will point out already existing simple and efficient possibilities of data collection in the course of neurofeedback therapy (QIK and symptom tracking).