Course Directors: Dr Nazir Lone, Prof Tim Walsh
6th-7th November 2017
This two day course consists of a comprehensive series of lectures and workshops designed for clinicians and researchers who are seeking to improve their understanding of key research methods with a focus on the acute health care setting.
The course covers research methodologies required to critically appraise and to conduct clinical research. There is a strong focus on group work and interactive sessions.
The course is of particular relevance to clinicians, trainees, AHPs and researchers in critical care, emergency medicine, acute medical specialities and anaesthesia.
|Statistics for the uninitiated||Health economics|
|Randomised controlled trials||Quality Improvement science|
|Epidemiology||Understanding diagnostic tests|
|Systematic reviews and meta-analysis||and other topics|
Two day course fee £195 per person which includes course materials and delegate meal.
Course fees can be paid by using ePay
The course is approved by the Federation of Royal Colleges of Physicians for 12 external CPD credits and the Royal College of Anaesthetists for 12 CPD credits.
Comments from 2014, 2015 and 2016 Research Methods Courses:
Great presenters, fantastic course, very glad I attended
Excellent course that I will definitely be recommending to others. Covered huge volume of material in two days by experts in the field
An excellent course - a realistic practical approach to both designing, appraising and implementing research… a great advert for Edinburgh!
Excellent course, whether conducting research or just appraising papers
One of the most useful and applicable courses I've taken
Thoroughly enjoyed the stats - even as a mathsphobe!
Edinburgh Critical Care Research Methods Course 6th-7th November 2017
Chancellor’s Building, Royal
Infirmary of Edinburgh, 49 Little
France Crescent, Edinburgh