Georgia Richards spent 4 weeks at Cochrane UK learning more about evidence-based healthcare and the work of Cochrane. Here’s what she made of her time there…
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This tutorial covers how to use appropriate statistical tests and what are confidence intervals and how do you use them.
This interactive online course on ‘making sense of research & evidence’, assumes no previous knowledge of research or evidence-based medicine.
This one hour online module on the core principles of EBM aimed at a wide range of healthcare personnel from GP’s to medical students. To access BMJ learning requires a subscription, although if you have a BMA membership it’s available for free.