We're hosting a day of interactive workshops as well as inspirational talks from renowned speakers for trainees (of any speciality) and students (of any discipline) interested in evidence-based health care. The aim is to enthuse, entertain and inform trainees and students about key issues and challenges in the production and application of evidence.
The theme of the event is ‘Cochrane for all – better evidence for better health decisions’. Attendees will learn more about the work of Cochrane and be challenged to think critically about key issues in the world of evidence-based health care, such as shared-decision making, patient and carer involvement in research, and how to apply evidence in everyday clinical practice.
Confirmed speakers include:
- Jennifer Johannesen - The trouble with Patient and public involvement (PPI) in research.
- Margaret McCartney
- Victor Montori
- Christine Borgman with Irene Pasquetto - How and why do scientists reuse others’ data to produce new knowledge? Background, Foreground, and Beyond.
- Caroline Whitworth - How can you deliver Person-centred care and evidence-based medicine together in clinical practice?
- Anna Noel-Storr
Attendees will receive a certificate of attendance. Lunch and refreshments will be provided and there will be a networking event in a local pub following on from the event.
Attendees are also invited to submit posters for presentation on any of the following sub-themes:
- Producing evidence
- Making evidence accessible
- Advocating for evidence
- Applying evidence
We ask that all abstracts consider their impact on, and relevance to, patients and other healthcare consumers.
Please submit your abstract to firstname.lastname@example.org
The deadline for submissions is July 29th. Successful submissions will be announced by 3rd August 2018.
The author of the best poster will receive a prize of £50 worth of book vouchers. These can be spent at the Oxford University Press website, with thanks to Oxford University Press.
Attendees are also invited to submit a short video or audio recording (under 5 minutes) explaining any of the following topics: PICO, p-value, confidence interval, bias, risk ratio, Number Needed to Treat, systematic review, meta-analysis. These will be judged according to their educational and entertainment value. Parental advisory lyrics apply. For an example, click here. The winner will get a free ticket to attend the event and £50 worth of book vouchers. These can be spent at the Oxford University Press website, with thanks to Oxford University Press.
Please submit your video to email@example.com
The deadline for submissions is July 29th.