EBP Institute

When: November 12 to 16,  2018
Where: Mary Mackillop Place,  Sydney

Places for the 2018 Institute have been filled. To go on a cancellation list contact: lisa.kruesi@unimelb.edu.au 

What:  The Institute will be an introduction to EBP, with an increased focus on searching and advanced topics related to systematic reviews. As for previous Institutes, the program will be presented by health sciences librarians from Australia and the US and combine general content in engaging large group lectures and small group interactive sessions for practising concepts covered in the large groups. It will be a four-day residential program for librarians to work together in a relaxed and supportive environment. It is proposed that the 2018 program will cover the following: PICO and study design; Medline/PubMed expert searching; peer review of searches; filters and text mining; grey literature; critical appraisal of therapy studies; overview of qualitative studies; critical appraisal of systematic reviews; and interpreting Forest plots.  

Evaluations of the 2016 Institute showed that 100% of the 24 participants who attended would recommend this course to their colleagues:
"Thank you! Every bit as amazing as everyone says."

" Has been an absolute privilege to have been taught by such subject experts and fantastic teachers. Can only aspire to reach that level of skill and knowledge."

"This has been a very enjoyable week. Although there were a lot of content, the session plans were constructed really well to enable us to get through it but still learn. The resources we have been given are great and I will refer to these in future, no doubt. It has also provided us with a chance to network and get to know others working in the field."

This course is eligible for points in the ALIA health specialist certification Professional Development Scheme and meets the requirements of the Competency Area: Understand scientific research methods and have the ability to critically examine and filter research literature from many related disciplines.  This course is also eligible for 20 CE hours from the Medical Library Association.