Using an evidence-based approach in your practice
Using an evidence-based approach in your practice (vet surgeons - 10% online booking discount)
Make the most of this fantastic opportunity to understand what evidence-based veterinary medicine is, how you can achieve it practically, and apply it across all aspects of your work. This training has 3 distinct components and will be delivered through a flexible mixture of online tutorials, distance learning and in person workshops with excellent guidance and support provided throughout. You also get free online access to the library at Nottingham for the duration of the course.
The three components of the course are:
1st September 2017 – 7th December 2017
Dr Marnie Brennan
Dr Marnie Brennan BSc (VB) BVMS PhD PGCHE DipECVPH (PM) FHEA MRCVS
Dr Kathryn Wareham BVetMed PhD MRCVS
Dr Rachel Dean BVMS PhD DSAM (Fel) MRCVS
As some teaching will be delivered online, access to the internet will be necessary to complete the course.
Component 1: What is evidence-based veterinary medicine and why is it important?
Material available 1st September 2017 with a tutorial on 13th September at 7:30pm. The module task is due 25th September.
Component 2: How do I find and appraise the evidence?
Material available 25th September 2017 with in-person training workshops on the 5th and 6th of October 2017. The module task is due 3rd November.
Component 3: How do I apply the evidence-based veterinary medicine approach to my practice?
Material available 3rd November 2017 with a tutorial on 21st November at 7:30pm. The module task is due 7th December.