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Externally commissioned workshops

Externally commissioned workshops that meet your needs

The team at the Institute offer a range of stimulating and engaging workshops on study design and protocol writing, writing for publication, evidence-based practice and understanding and conducting systematic reviews.

We can provide you and your team with workshops to meet your specific needs. We conduct initial discussions to understand your training needs and then develop content and practical exercises accordingly, in collaboration with you.

  • Evidence-Based Practice is the cornerstone of an effective an efficient clinical practice and healthcare system. This 1-day workshop aims to develop clinicians' and researchers' skills in evidence-based practice.

    During this workshop participants will gain the skills to:

    • Convert a need for information or a clinical query into a clear answerable question.
    • Efficiently find and select research evidence to answer these questions.
    • Critically appraise the trustworthiness of research evidence.
    • Accurately interpret research evidence.
    • Incorporate¬†patients‚Äô values and preference in clinical decision making (for clinicians).
    • Communicate findings of research evidence.
  • This workshop provides an introduction to systematic reviews and conducting systematic reviews. It is aimed at clinicians and researchers who want to understand how to use a systematic review and gain a basic understanding of how to conduct a systematic review.¬†

    During this workshop participants will: 

    • Gain an understanding of systematic reviews and how they can inform practice.
    • Develop skills in quickly assessing the quality of systematic reviews and interpreting their results.
    • Gain an understanding of the steps involved in doing a systematic review.
    • Be aware of new tools that can make the process of doing a systematic review easier and faster.
    • Gain practical experience in some key steps.
  • This 2-day¬†workshop is designed to take researchers from a research question to a complete study protocol. It is aimed at newer researchers who have a good understanding of evidence-based practice and study design, and are now ready to design their own research project. Study designs suitable to bring to this workshop include randomised trials, cohort studies (prospective or retrospective), case-control studies, and surveys.

    During this workshop participants will:

    • Learn how to develop a research question using the PICO framework.
    • Understand the importance of choosing an appropriate study design.
    • Be able to identify the critical elements of a good study protocol.
    • Practice writing your own research study protocol.
  • The secrets of success in writing and publishing research articles

    This 2-day workshop aims to develop essential writing skills to help achieve success in planning, writing, publishing, and communication research through traditional journals and other channels.

    During this workshop participants will gain the skills to:

    • Write the key sections of a research article efficiently and effectively.
    • Use reporting guidelines such as CONSORT, PRISMA, and STROBE to guide the writing task, assist publication, and improve the impact of your research.
    • Find the right journal and navigate different journal's editorial processes.
    • Respond to, and provide constructive peer review.

Evidence-Based Practice is the cornerstone of an effective an efficient clinical practice and healthcare system. This 1-day workshop aims to develop clinicians' and researchers' skills in evidence-based practice.

During this workshop participants will gain the skills to:

  • Convert a need for information or a clinical query into a clear answerable question.
  • Efficiently find and select research evidence to answer these questions.
  • Critically appraise the trustworthiness of research evidence.
  • Accurately interpret research evidence.
  • Incorporate¬†patients‚Äô values and preference in clinical decision making (for clinicians).
  • Communicate findings of research evidence.

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Testimonials

  • "Awesome informative overview session to strengthen understanding of using and applying systematic reviews! Presenters were engaging and very knowledgeable. Thank you."

    SR workshop participant -
  • "Having at least two facilitators per group was fantastic, the best approach was working in our small groups, of not more than 4-5."

    Protocol workshop participant -
  • "Overall a fabulous learning experience, skilled and deeply knowledgeable presenters."

    SR workshop participant -
  • "It was a great and engaging couple of days. Learnt a lot and enjoyed particularly the supported hands on sessions that ensured no one was left floundering."

    Publication school participant -
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