MLA Webinars on Critical Appraisal, June 11 & 26 (And a Special Offer)

MLA June Webinars on Critical Appraisal

“It is necessary for medical librarians to know more than just how to search the literature, we also need to be knowledgeable consumers of and guides in using the literature.”

-Von Isenburg and Cantrell, Critical Appraisal for Librarians: Evaluating Randomized Controlled Trials<http://www.medlib-ed.org/products/2070/critical-appraisal-for-librarians-evaluating-randomized-controlled-trials>

“Teaching critical appraisal is a crucial librarian service, and librarians have a vital and important role to play in building critical appraisal skills in health sciences curricula.”

-Wheeler and Blevins, Critical Contributions: Developing Research Appraisal Skills at Your Institution<http://www.medlib-ed.org/products/2071/critical-contributions-developing-research-appraisal-skills-at-your-institution>

These thoughts from our June webinar presenters sum up the importance of these webinars to the careers of medical librarians and the growth and impact of the health information profession. Take time in June to develop your critical appraisal skills and learn how you can expand your contribution to health care by teaching critical appraisal at your institution!

Purchase both June Critical Appraisal webinars and receive two highly rated recorded webinars on critical appraisal for free>!

Critical Appraisal for Librarians: Evaluating Randomized Controlled Trials

Tuesday, June 11, 1:00 p.m.-2:30 p.m., central time

Gain skills in reading and evaluating randomized controlled trial (RCT) studies and increased confidence in your ability to contribute to evidence-based medicine (EBM).

Learn more about and register for “Critical Appraisal for Librarians: Evaluating Randomized Controlled Trials.”

Critical Contributions: Developing Research Appraisal Skills at Your Institution

Wednesday, June 26, 1:00 p.m.-2:30 p.m., central time

Learn why critical appraisal is an emerging need in health sciences programs, how librarians can fill a gap in critical appraisal expertise, and how you can increase your involvement in the evidence-based medicine (EBM) curriculum at your institution.

Learn more about and register for “Critical Contributions: Developing Research Appraisal Skills at Your Institution.

Purchase both June Critical Appraisal webinars and receive two highly rated recorded webinars on critical appraisal for free!
Coming in July

Getting Started with Interprofessional Education at Your Institution<>

Thursday, July 11, 1:00 p.m.-2:30 p.m., central time

Learn how to plan for success with an interprofessional education roadmap that addresses the core areas of librarian integration into interprofessional education-academic, clinical, and community engagement-and create an individualized action plan for involvement in interprofessional education at your institution.

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