Critical Appraisal Skills Programme (CASP) International Training Week - Oxford, UK

Dates: 28-30 March 2013

Venue: Kellogg College, Oxford, UK

Overview

Three-day Introduction to Evidence-Based Health Care (This will cover study designs and the critical appraisal of different types of studies e.g. RCT’s, systematic reviews, qualitative studies and making sense of results)

Followed by:

Two-day Training the trainer workshops (the broad aim of the training the trainer (TtT) days are to help participants develop the competence and confidence to teach critical appraisal skills and run a CASP-style workshop.)

Training Week Aims

By the end of this course, participants will feel confident about:

  • Finding and critically appraising research evidence
  • Teaching critical appraisal skills to others.

Training Week Objectives

The objectives for the week are to:

Enhance understanding of evidence-based practice in health and social care

  • Develop skills in appraising quantitative or qualitative research literature
  • Develop change management skills for putting evidence into practice
  • Develop delegates’ facilitation and teaching skills to run their own critical appraisal workshops
  • Share tools to support the dissemination (“cascading”) of local training

Find out more



There is a 25% discount for NHS/public sector/voluntary sector workers. For more information, or to book, please contact CASP at info@casp-uk.net or see www.casp-uk.net for more details.

Event date: 
28 March 2013 (All day) - 30 March 2013 (All day)
Location: 
Oxford, UK
Updated on: November 20, 2012, 9:31