|Event Title||Evidence-Based Medicine for the Medical Librarian Fall 2021|
|Sponsor||School of Information Library Science|
|Date||08/30/2021 - 11/14/2021||Event Price|
|Cutoff Date||09/13/2021 Must register before this date|
EBP and the Medical Librarian
Spring Session: August 30, 2021 - November 14, 2021
This 8-week 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. Participants will learn how to identify the basic study designs for clinical medicine, to compose focused clinical questions, to peer review search strategies and to assess the risk of bias in published studies. As you move through the content you will be able to identify roles librarians can undertake in providing EBP training and support. The format of the course is a combination of a printed manual, independent readings, videos, webinars, and practice through a series of exercises. Instructors will guide you through the material and provide individual feedback for the exercises. This course is approved for 20 contact hours from the Medical Library Association and is open to any practicing librarian, anywhere in the world. The Fee for the course is $500.
The Fee for the course is $500.
Withdrawal on or before
7/28: 90% = $365
8/04: 70% = $350
8/11: 50% = $250
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