No service change should happen except on the basis of sound clinical evidence. But what evidence counts as sound?
In these new, bite-size sessions, we’ll show you how to critically appraise quantitative research and interpret medical statistics in order to make decisions about patient care or service development.
Each 45 minute session is stand-alone and focuses on a specific aspect of the process, allowing you to pick and choose the session most relevant to your needs.
Groups are kept small to ensure a friendly, relaxed environment with plenty of opportunities for you to ask questions and seek clarification.
All sessions take place in our library training rooms at RSCH and PRH; see each session for more details and booking:
- Understanding the evidence: Identifying Study designs
- Understanding the evidence: Recognising bias
- Understanding the evidence: Interpreting statistics
*These shorter sessions replace our How to read a randomised controlled trial session from October and is a new approach for Autumn 2019. Contact us to let us know what you think.