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ScHARR Short Course - Advanced Simulation Methods

Within healthcare decision making, cohort Markov models and decision trees are frequently used. However, in some situations these are not the most appropriate modelling methods. This course provides…

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ScHARR Short Course - The Application of Psychometrics for Assessing Health Outcomes and Quality of Life - Part 2

The aim of this 3 day course is to provide participants with an introduction to advanced psychometric models in analysis of multi-item patient-reported outcome measures (PROMs). The course will cover…

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ScHARR Short Course - An Introduction to using Social Media to Communicate Research

The treadmill of academia is a relentless one: proposal, research, write, present and then hopefully publish before starting all over again, all in the hope that the research is recognised as being…

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ScHARR Short Course - Instant Evidence Based Medicine: How to Quickly Synthesise Research

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…

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ScHARR Short Course - The Identification and Review of Evidence to Inform Cost Effectiveness Models

The course will enable participants to develop an understanding of the methods available for the identification and review of evidence to inform cost effectiveness models. The course will consist of…

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ScHARR Short Course - Systematic Reviews and Meta-analysis

OverviewThe aim of this three day course is to provide participants with an introduction to methods for conducting systematic reviews and meta-analysis in health care. Sessions will be delivered by…

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Making your course available to students

This video shows you how to make your MOLE course available to students. You can also set this date in advance if you wish so it becomes available automatically.

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The Annual Krebs Lecture by Dr Richard Henderson. Tuesday 24 April 2018.

The Annual Krebs Krebs Lecture The University welcomed 400 students, staff, alumni and members of the public to the Annual Krebs Lecture on Tuesday 24 April. The guest speaker for the…

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Materials Science and Engineering Course Structure

We tell you what you can expect from you Materials Science and Engineering undergraduate degree course at the University of Sheffield.

From  Stephen Birch A year ago 2 likes 439 views 0  

How to publish your media into different courses, and how to use the University's Shared Repository

A screencast showing how to publish your media into the University's Shared Repository, and also how to find and use resources from the Shared Repository in your own courses Graham McElearney

From  Graham McElearney A year ago 0 likes 42 views 4  

Project SunbYte: Outreach

The Sheffield University Nova Balloon Lifted Solar Telescope (SunbYte) is a high-altitude balloon experiment devised and run largely by students at the University of Sheffield. Watch to find out a…

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How to add a Course Media Gallery to MOLE

This screencasts walks you through the process of adding a Media Gallery Link to MOLE. Note this also can be refered to as a Course Gallery.

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How the course unfolded

Join the staff, students and external experts to find out what happened during this intensive, week long module.

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What will students get from the module?

Professor Mike Siva Jothy, head of the Department of Animal & Plant Sciences at The University of Sheffield describes why it's important for scientists to embark on creative modules.

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