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EBM/EBP courses and projects at Duke
Teaching and Leading EBP: A Workshop for Educators and Champions of Evidence-Based Practice
Duke University Medical Center, Durham, NC. This workshop is an intensive and interactive 4-day session designed to develop the knowledge and skills required to practice and teach evidence-based care. Sessions will feature a mix of both small and large group discussions, interactive lectures, and case-based studies. Participants will spend 36 hours in active and assigned course work. As a key workshop highlight, attendees will be assigned a dedicated small-group mentor to guide them in achieving personal goals and objectives.
How to Teach Evidence-Based Clinical Practice
McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario, CAN. The workshop is offered as a one-week intensive course. Participants will be learning in small groups led by clinical epidemiologists and practitioners from McMaster and other institutions. The workshop will consist of small and large group sessions, individual study time and opportunities for workshop participants to lead teaching sessions using their own ideas, materials, and reflecting their own experiences.
Supporting Clinical Care: An Institute in Evidence-Based Practice for Medical Librarians
University of Colorado. This is an intensive, introductory, 3 day course. Through discussion and hands-on learning, you'll acquire skills needed to support evidence-based practice. We use an active, case-based approach in a comfortable, small-group environment. A hallmark of this Institute is the low student-faculty ratio and the individual attention each participant receives. (Formerly known as the Dartmouth Institute)
EBP and the Medical Librarian
Distance education and MLA CE course. This online course is designed to be an introduction to the process of evidence-based practice (EBP) and to the supporting roles and opportunities for medical librarians. A prerequisite for this course is a basic understanding of search techniques for bibliographic databases such as MEDLINE. .
Critical Appraisal Institute for Librarians
This online institute intends to develop librarians critical appraisal skills, including enhanced understanding of clinical research study design, biomedical statistics, and clinical reasoning to apply knowledge in teaching target populations in the health professions.
Other EBP Workshops
The Learning EBM section of the NCAHEC EBM Education Center of Excellence provides a description of classes and online tutorials that teach you the process of EBM. Classes in North Carolina are listed first, followed by those in the US and abroad.
EBM Neurology Toolkit Training
The EBM Toolkit training provides educators all the resources necessary for teaching a comprehensive EBM program. It consists of 19 didactic modules with illustrative examples, outcomes testing for determining learning, and an appendix of calculators of and tools. It demonstrates completion of ACGME core competencies, and EBM Toolkit can be used by educators as the primary tool for teaching others how to increase the quality of neurological care.