Training in Evidence-Based Practice 2009

'How to Practice Evidence-Based Child Health'

20th - 22nd May 2009

This introductory course aims to help practitioners become more efficient at using the best available evidence in their clinical and policy decisions.

The course consists of plenary seminars, small group problem-solving and appraisal sessions and practicals on searching the literature to support evidence-based practice. Key features include learning based on small multi-professional groups, a pre-course study pack, a high tutor-student ratio and opportunities for hands on searching of a variety of electronic evidence-based resources with tutor support.

Who Should Come?

The concepts taught apply to all areas of health and social
care and therefore the course is suitable for any health or
social care practitioner. Examples relevant to the care of children will be used throughout the course.
Previous experience in using research evidence to inform decisions is an advantage but not essential.

Cost: £450. Course materials and catering included.

Further Details Contact:
Lucinda Cash-Gibson, Research Assistant, Centre for Evidence-Based Child Health, Institute of Child Health,
30 Guilford Street, London, WC1N 1EH.
Tel: 020 7905 2606
Fax: 020 7905 2793

Website: Centre_for_evidence_based_child_health


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