- Member Services
- Patient Safety
The Spine Intervention Society's Research Division identifies important gaps in the interventional spine evidence base and encourages research in these areas.
The Division develops study protocol outlines in areas where more research is likely to be meaningful to our field.
Randomized Controlled Trials (RCTs)
Observational and Prevalence Studies
The following study protocol is currently being implemented:
Surveys of the SIS Membership
Members who wish to conduct a survey of the Spine Intervention Society (SIS) membership may submit their request to the Research Division via the following steps. (Members who are interested in submitting a survey have the option to submit the survey for critical review and constructive feedback from the Research Division. This step is not required, but may help increase the chances of the survey being accepted when submitted for approval).
Please contact the Spine Intervention Society at email@example.com
11/15/2016Third Quarter 2016 Online Journal Club
1/13/2017 » 1/15/2017
Radiofrequency Bio-Skills Lab - Long Beach, CA
1/27/2017 » 1/29/2017
Evidence-Based Spine Interventions Seminar - Palm Springs, CA
Inaugural SIS Golf Tournament
2/10/2017 » 2/12/2017
Lumbar Bio-Skills Lab - Phoenix, AZ
3/10/2017 » 3/12/2017
Advanced Lumbar Bio-Skills Lab - Tampa, FL
3/11/2017 » 3/12/2017
European Lumbar Bio-Skills Lab - Amsterdam, NL