ScHARR Short Course - Instant Evidence Based Medicine: How to Quickly Synthesise Research
From Andy Tattersall on October 21st, 2018
This course will introduce participants to the concept of research synthesis and explore simple ways to rapidly bring evidence together to inform decision making. During the day we will undertake a search for high quality evidence to answer a clinical question. We will then look at ways of identifying the findings/key themes from the research and present various methods/tools to quickly bring the results together to form a useful overview of the evidence quickly and effectively.Who will benefit from this course?
If you are new to research synthesis or need to expand your skill set to include rapid synthesis the this course will be ideal. It will offer an introduction to synthesis for those who do not need to undertake full scale systematic reviews, but would like to be able to bring research findings together simply and quickly to form a clear picture. Typical participants
- Academics & Researchers
- Health and social care clinicians/practitioners
- Post graduate students
- Health Librarians and Information Specialists
Course Materials will be provided via a Delegate Course Website approximately 2 weeks prior to the course start date. Hard copies of exercises will be provided throughout the course. Hard copies of powerpoint presentations will not be provided, but these can be printed by delegates before the start of the course via the Delegate Course Website.Course Faculty
Angie Rees is the Course LeaderContact
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