Interpreting research for busy health professionals

With the huge volume of papers published on any topic, and patients consulting ‘Doctor Google’, many health professionals would like to feel more confident that they can access the best information for their clinical needs.

This is a one-day online workshop aimed at obstetricians, trainees, midwives, maternal and child health nurses, GPs, nurses, paediatricians, allied health professionals, researchers, and students. It will provide guidance on what constitutes ‘quality’ in cohort studies, case-control studies, randomised controlled trials, systematic reviews and meta-analyses.

The example studies for discussion will focus on maternity care and women’s health.

Please note that the on-demand workshop content will be available online for three months after the course date.

Contact: Lisieux Jones
Phone: +61 3 9594 5145

CPD hours: This event is approved for 7.5 CPD hours, including 5.5 hours under ‘Educational Activities’ and 2 hours under ‘Performance Review’.