Teaching and Leading EBM: A Workshop for Teachers and Champions of Evidence-Based Medicine

MLA Course
Listing Archived: Wednesday, December 20, 2017

Primary contact information...
Duke University Medical Center Library
DUMC 3702
10 Searle Drive
Durham NC , 27710
United States
Megan von Isenburg is the primary contact.
Phone: 919.660.1131
Fax: 919.684.5906
Resource URL: http://sites.duke.edu/ebmworkshop/
Region: Mid-Atlantic

Description: This workshop is an intensive and interactive 4-day session designed to develop the knowledge and skills required to practice and teach evidence-based care. The primary audience is teachers and educators (clinicians, nurses, librarians, etc.) of evidence-based medicine. Sessions will feature a mix of both small and large group discussions, interactive lectures, and case-based studies. Participants will spend 36 hours in active and assigned course work. As a key workshop highlight, attendees will be assigned a dedicated small-group mentor to guide them in achieving personal goals and objectives. April 7-10, 2015. For more information see: http://sites.duke.edu/ebmworkshop/

Experience Level: Intermediate
CE Contact Hours: 32.5
Professional Competencies: Curriculum Design and Instruction
Subject: Evidence Based Health Care, Teaching/Instruction
Course Type: Face to Face

Educational Objective: Train leaders in medicine to facilitate evidence-based clinical practice in their teaching and practice settings. Practice the skills involved in evidence based medicine including clinical question formation and acquisition of medical evidence from the literature. Review and develop critical appraisal skills and application of available evidence to patient care and medical education. Provide interactive experience with a variety of evidence-based resources guided by Medical Center Library staff with expertise in evidence-based practice.

Agenda:

See web site.

Need for This Course: The course is in its 12th year and is always full. EBM continues to be a relevant topic and is required by both the LCME and ACGME.

The instructional methods used include Lecture, Demonstration, Discussion, Brainstorming, Sharing/Self-disclosure, Role Playing, Gaming, Hands-on Exercises, Case Method, Case Study, and Problem-based.

Participant Materials: See website for course materials.

Additional Evaluation: The workshop has its own online evaluation form.