Instant Evidence Based Medicine: how to quickly synthesise research

1 day course:  Tuesday, 9th May 2017

Dates

1 day course: Tuesday, 9th May 2017

Times

Start: 9:30am

Finish: 4pm

Fees

£299 - Early Bird Fee - for confirmed bookings received on or before Wednesday, 8th March 2017

£399 - Standard Fee - for confirmed bookings received on or after Thursday, 9th March 2017

Bookings for this course will close at midnight on Wednesday, 26th April 2017

Booking and Payment

Bookings are now being accepted for this course.  All of our short course bookings are initially processed through our Online Store. Payment is required at the time of booking (Credit/Debit card or Paypal is accepted).

If your employer is paying your fees and they would prefer to be invoiced, please ensure you have your Purchase Order details before making your booking. Bookings are NOT confirmed until receipt of the Purchase Order is received at scharr-scu@sheffield.ac.uk.

If you have any queries relating to fees and payment, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Accommodation and Meals

The course fee includes lunch and refreshments throughout the day plus all course materials (provided on USB) and teaching fees.  No accommodation is included.

If you have any particular dietary or access requirements then please contact the Short Course Unit with your requirements at the time of booking.

Venue

Halifax Hall Hotel and Conference Centre

www.halifaxhall.co.uk

Contact

For further information please do not hesitate to contact the Short Course Unit via email at scharr-scu@sheffield.ac.uk

or call +44 (0)114 222 2968.

As part of our ‘Instant EBM’ 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
might be:

  • Academics & Researchers
  • Health and social care clinicians/practitioners
  • Post graduate students
  • Health Librarians and Information Specialists

Course Materials

A copy of all course materials will be provided on the day on USB.

Course Faculty

Angie Rees

Anna Cantrell

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