How to Practice Evidence-Based Child Health course 19th – 21st October 2011

This 3 day 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 practical training sessions on searching the literature to support evidence-based practice.

Key features are an emphasis on multi-professional groups and a high tutor-participant ratio, with tutors such as Professor Ruth Gilbert, Director, Centre of Evidence-Based Child Health, UCL Institute of Child Health, London.

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.

For further details and how to apply please contact:

Ivana Pribramska, Administrator
Centre for Evidence-Based Child Health
UCL Institute of Child Health
30 Guilford Street
Tel: 020 7905 2606
Fax: 020 7905 2793


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