Using an evidence-based approach in your practice

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Make the most of this very practical course around the core principles of evidence-based veterinary medicine and how they can be applied in your own practice setting, including strategies for making successful change in your workplace. The Centre for Evidence-based Veterinary Medicine at the University of Nottingham is running a modular 3 month course starting 14th October 2019 taught mostly online with 2 on-site training days focusing on just these things, such as how to efficiently read papers and run journal clubs, as well as how to do clinical audit.

As well as access to the course materials on a bespoke course platform and a group discussion forum, you get free online access to the library at Nottingham for the duration of the course. Feedback from previous attendees have included “Very practical and useful tips for searching” and “inspirational ideas!”.  The course is equivalent to 65 CPD credits.

If you are looking to take up this new challenge, please visit http://www.nottingham.ac.uk/cevm/training-opportunities/training-opportunities.aspx for further information, and how you can register.

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