EBM: Introduction to Study Design and Critical Appraisal (4 MLA CE hours)

 Join ANCHASL on April 29, 2011 for our Spring 2011 Meeting and Continuing Education Event

 When: April 29, 2011 9:00-3:30

 Where: Searle Center, Duke University

 This class taught by Connie Schardt, Associate Director Education Services and Public Services, Duke University Medical Center Library, “is designed to give learners an introduction to critical appraisal skills through an understanding of basic study designs and validity issues related to reducing bias in clinical studies. The course will focus on understanding the basic study designs in medicine (case-control, cohort, randomized controlled clinical trial, systematic review, and meta-analysis). Learners will also discuss the criteria for determining internal validity of therapy studies and systematic reviews. After completing this course, learners will be better able to identify appropriate study designs, identify validity criteria, and help support evidence-based medicine within their own institutions. Teaching methods will include discussion, case studies, group exercises, and practice in appraising articles.”

 Please visit our brochure for complete details.<http://www.rtpnet.org/%7Eanchasl/documents/ANCHASL_Spring_2011_brochure_acteva.pdf&gt;

 Online Registration – https://www.acteva.com/booking.cfm?bevaID=217819

 If Paying By Check, Please Use Our Registration Form – http://anchasl.org/regformspr11.pdf

 Scholarship Application Form – Please apply today<http://www.rtpnet.org/%7Eanchasl/documents/Application_ANCHASL_Spring_Meeting_and_CE_April_2011&gt;

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