Finding Medical Evidence - Computer Workshop - Ladysmith

Finding Medical Evidence - Computer Workshop - Ladysmith

Support Patient Care – Using Online Resources to Your Advantage

Accreditation
Target Audience:

Physicians with access to library services through the College of Physicians and Surgeons BC.

Course Format: Computer, hands-on workshop with catering. Up to 10 physicians. 0930-1330
Frank Jameson Community Centre (Upstairs Meeting Room)
810 6 Ave
Ladysmith
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Overview

This half-day 09:30-13:30, interactive workshop will teach physicians to conduct effective internet searches to find credible and evidence-based medical information. Practice online literature searching using various resources (e.g., Ovid MEDLINE, BMJ Best Practice, apps, e-books and clinical practice guidelines). Locate the full text of online articles. Know how to find authoritative patient information using MedlinePlus and other high quality websites.

Prerequisite: General familiarity with a computer (i.e. use of a mouse and limited typing) is required.

This workshop also provides:

  • Classroom support to maximize learning and minimize frustration
  • Time for practice and Q & A

Note: Please bring your laptop or tablet or let us know if we should provide a laptop for your use. 

Testimonials

Great little course. | There’s so much to learn! | This is a very helpful workshop. | The instructors were extremely knowledgeable, accessible, available, friendly and helpful. Very supportive in the learning process. | Excellent! Best workshop I have been to all year.

Key Speakers

Karen MacDonell, PhD, Director, Library Services, College of Physicians and Surgeons of BC

Robert Melrose, MLS, Librarian, College of Physicians and Surgeons of BC

Skills Gained

  • Conduct efficient and refined literature searches
  • Apply search tools to find reliable health information and evidence-based medical literature
  • Obtain the full text of journal articles through electronic resources or document delivery
  • Find authoritative patient  and drug information.
  • Compile appropriate bibliographies in print and electronic form

Cost

Early bird registration: Fri. Apr 8, 2016 | Add to calendar +

Before Apr 8, 2016: $149 (add $10 fax/phone/mail registration)
$179.00 (add $10 fax/phone/mail registration)

Includes course materials and catering. Bring your laptop or let us knwo if we should provied one for you.

Cancellations and Refunds

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 Family physicians working in British Columbia who have patients in the Screening Mammography Program (SMP) or may refer patients in the future.

Location:
Online: anytime, anywhere on any device
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Contact

Nina Zoric

nina.z@ubc.ca

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