Formulating a clinical or health management question that can be answered by research
Locating high-quality evidence online
Critical appraisal of quantitative research
Identifying barriers to the implementation of EBP
Attend if: you would like to improve your ability to make decisions based on the best available evidence, and would like to learn techniques for asking the right questions, finding the best evidence, and interpreting what you have found.
Previous experience required: the session works equally well as a refresher or introductory session on evidence-based practice.
Duration: full day.
Format: presentation and small group work, including discussion of published articles that will be distributed prior to the day.
Library, Audrey Emerton Building, Royal Sussex County Hospital
Booking a place
Contact Sarah Butler, Library & Information Skills Trainer, on email@example.com or 01273 523316.
Click on a date above to book your place by email.
Arranging a one-to-one session
We do not carry out one-to-one sessions for this course. If you are unable to attend a full day's training, you may wish to consider booking on Finding information for improving clinical care and / or How to read quantitative research as separate courses, as these two courses cover much of what is included in the EBP workshop.