Online medical course to help users with skills to interpret the validity and reliability of healthcare data, such as clinical trials, reviews and audit information, and to respond appropriately.
This online course equips users with the skills to interpret the validity and reliability of healthcare data, such as clinical trials, reviews and audit information, and to respond appropriately. It also provides the basic knowledge and skills for those considering a research or audit project. This programme is relevant to all healthcare professionals involved in research and audit. It is a joint project between the Academy of Medical Royal Colleges, the Royal College of Anaesthetists and Health Education England e-Learning for Healthcare.
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Topics covered include the basic principles of audit, locating and reviewing papers, formulating a research proposal, the regulatory environment and qualitative research.
A Research and Audit Tool for Healthcare Professionals
During the Research and Audit programme, you’ll cover a whole host of topics, from the basic principles of audit through to locating and reviewing papers, formulating a research proposal, the regulatory environment and qualitative research.
Research and Audit includes 12 core sessions, namely:
Epidemiology: Basic Principles
Meta-analysis and Evidence-based Medicine
Audit: Basic Principles
Searching the Journal Literature and Locating Papers
How to Review a Paper
Formulating and Writing a Research Proposal
The Regulatory Environment for Conducting Research within the NHS – Research Governance and Ethics
Designing a Randomized Controlled Trial: Basis Principles
Clinical Studies Part One: Cohort Studies and Measures of Association
Clinical Studies Part Two: Study Design
Qualitative Research: Basic Principles
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Relevant to all healthcare staff involved in research and audit – Enables users to interpret the validity and reliability of healthcare data – Twelve core sessions cover organisation of research and audit projects
Medical students, doctors, nurses, assistants and healthcare professionals involved in research and audit