Making Sense of Evidence Workshops

Through our Making Sense of Evidence workshops you will learn how to find and use evidence to make effective health and social care decisions.

Who can attend? 

The workshops are designed to be suitable for a wide range of people, from students, patients and members of the public to doctors, allied health professionals, nurses and therapists.

We offer both full-day courses and bespoke courses that can be tailored to suit your needs and availability. 

What will I learn? 

During our standard Making Sense of Evidence workshop you will: 

  • formulate a focused question 
  • track down and organise the best evidence 
  • gain experience of critically appraising the evidence 
  • understand the application of evidence in practice 
  • evaluate the effectiveness and efficiency of your educational process 

 The workshops are modelled on those run at the Centre for Evidence-Based Medicine in Oxford and are subsidised by us. 

Watch the video: How do we make sense of evidence?

A recent seminar by Edmund Jack and Alex Burns, “Making Sense of Evidence Programme – Coping skills for uncertain times” is available here.

Learn more about the different training sessions available here.

Upcoming training events

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