"Our world-class programme of part-time graduate courses and professional short courses is designed to meet the interests and professional requirements of clinicians, scientists and researchers, working in a wide range of disciplines."
Professor Carl Heneghan, Director of CEBM
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Learn alongside internationally recognised experts in evidence-based practice and education
Flexible, blended modes of study, designed to accommodate full-time employment
Use real-life problems from clinical practice to contextualise your learning and tailor your research
Intensive residential weeks in Oxford with interactive, problem-based learning
What are my study options?
PGCert and PGDip
From critically evaluating and applying health research techniques and solutions, to learning a wide range of teaching tools and teaching styles, we have a programme to suit all health care professions:
> PGCert in Teaching EBHC
> PGCert in Evidence-Based Health Research
>PGCert in Qualitative Health Research Methods
> PGDip in Health Research
Three short non-accredited training courses, designed to equip health care leaders with practical skills for examining and refining individual leadership styles to aid delivery of better patient outcomes.
Any of our programme modules can be taken as ‘stand-alone’ short courses, as ‘not for credit’ professional training, academic credit, or to simply get a ‘taster’ of the award programme we offer.
Study routes and options: A ‘birds-eye’ overview’
Explore our interactive pdf giving you a clear overview of each of the study options in the Evidence-Based Health Care Programme. Just hover and click on the circles and links for interactive features. For full optimization, download, save to desktop and open in a PDF reader.
Match our course options to your own career aspirations
Our students make a difference
As well as providing critical research to help shape better health care decisions, our students collate their findings into blogs to help inform and influence other students.
DPhil student Georgia Richards argues why it’s time for doctors to rethink the prescribing of high-dose opioids for people with chronic pain.
Who are our students?
Our students come from a wide range of health care backgrounds. Here’s just a few examples:
- doctors and nurses,
- specialist registrars and trainees,
- clinical researchers,
- health information specialists and knowledge managers,
- healthcare managers and policy makers,
- medical journalists,
- professionals in the pharmaceutical and health-related industries.
Don't just take our word for it, see what our students have to say
“The Oxford EBHC programme has provided me with the tools to springboard my early career as a clinician investigator.”
Robert Baird, Canada, Student, MSc in Evidence-Based Health Care
“Oxford University and the Centre for Evidence-Based Medicine provide the ‘gold standard’ of teaching and learning.”
Dr Kushal Banerjee, India, Student, MSc in EBHC
“I found so much of the MSc experience to be incredibly inspirational, motivating, enjoyable and rewarding.”
Anne Carroll, Ireland, Student, MSc in EBHC
“An excellent mix of speeches, interactive lessons, practical sessions…I can highly recommend to anyone working in healthcare.”
Lorenz Meuli, Switzerland, Student, MSc in EBHC Medical Statistics
Hear from more of our postgraduate students
Meet our tutors
Our tutors are EBM experts working as either practicing clinicians, or researchers informing public discourse and policy-making on a range of important health issues.