MLA July Instructor-Led Course: Evaluating Research in the Health Sciences Literature

MLA’s instructor-led courses offer a small class experience (25 students maximum) with two live sessions and readings, assignments, and discussions outside of sessions.


MLA July Instructor-Led Course

Evaluating Research in the Health Sciences Literature

Abraham Wheeler, AHIP, Chana Kraus-Friedberg, Carin Graves

July 12 & July 19, 2021, 10:00 a.m.-12:30 p.m., central time.

Do you want to be better equipped to help students, faculty, and health care providers identify reliable research? This course takes you beyond using pyramids of evidence to being able to evaluate quantitative and qualitative research. You will learn how to identify and evaluate basic health sciences research methods, apply data literacy concepts, and incorporate your new skills into your work with practitioners, faculty, and students. The course will include practical examples, leading to a journal club at the end of the session.

You’ll have homework after the first session and opportunities for discussion and questions of instructors during/after the second session.

All participants will be enrolled in the Slack course workspace to introduce themselves, ask questions and share.

Learn More about and Register for Evaluating Research in the Health Sciences Literature

Coming Later This Year

Effectiveness and Efficiency in Exhaustive Searches 2021

Wichor M. Bramer, Melissa Rethlefsen, AHIP

October 7 & October 21, 10:00 a.m.-12:30p.m. central time

This is a 2021 reprise of Wichor & Melissa’s sold-out 2020 course.

(Instructor-led courses are not included in the CE Passport)

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