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Making Sense of Health Research - an introduction


Room 1.24 South Cloisters - University of Exeter - St Lukes Campus
6th September 2017
10am - 2.30pm
Category: Seminar

An introduction to making sense of evidence

Introduction to Making Sense of Evidence

During this talk a tutor from our experienced team of clinicians and researchers will explain the importance of evidence based health care including how it was developed and why it is necessary.

Tracking Down the Evidence

Using exercises we help participants to understand how databases differ and why they might choose one over another. By using structured searching techniques participants learn how to use their time more efficiently to obtain high quality information. 

Lunch and refreshments are provided.

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