Understanding the evidence

Bite-sized sessions showing you how to critically appraise quantitative research and interpret medical statistics to inform patient care or service development.

Each 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.

  • Understanding the evidence: Identifying Study designs
  • Understanding the evidence: Recognising bias
  • Understanding the evidence: Interpreting statistics

Places for our on-site teaching are limited to comply with social-distancing guidance.

To protect attendees and facilitators from potential COVID-19 exposure, our on-site teaching sessions require you to comply with our Learner Agreement. By attending our on-site sessions, you are confirming you have read the agreement and accept its conditions.

Dates which are taught online only (using tools such as Microsoft Teams) are listed separately . You will be contacted with more details when you book onto a specific session. Contact uhsussex.library@nhs.net if you have any queries.

Further help:

Tools and guidance

Guide to running journal clubs [pdf]