2023 Evidence-Based Healthcare Summer School
Conferences Course module Talks and seminars Workshops
Monday, 03 July 2023 to Friday, 14 July 2023, 9am - 5pm
The Summer School invites EBHC students, supervisors, consumers and leading evidence-based experts into the surroundings of Kellogg College, University of Oxford, 3-14 July 2023.
The aim of this summer school is to foster debate and engage with like-minded colleagues while offering additional learning relevant to evidence-based health care post pandemic. All skills workshops will span topics around research methodologies, best practice for disseminating research and tips on how to successfully complete an MSc or DPhil in Evidence-Based Health Care.
Whilst the second week (10-14) is available to existing EBHC students only, our first week of EBHC programme modules and non-accredited short courses (3-7 July 2023) is available to anyone interested in conducting and disseminating research for better healthcare.
During this event, dinners, lunches and other social events will be hosted.
Week one - Each event must be registered for separately (individual costs apply and concession rates available).
Week two - available free of charge to existing EBHC students only. Click here to view the itinerary
Programme details - week one only
|Date/time||Title and topic||Key speakers|
|3-7 July 2023||
MSc in EBHC Module - The History and Philosophy of Evidence-Based Health Care
Students will engage in cutting-edge debates with epidemiologists and researchers in defining the History, Philosophy and Practice of Evidence-Based Healthcare,
Medical professionals will learn to think critically about the assumptions of their profession while philosophers and historians will learn about the empirical foundations of the science they contemplate. Enrol here.
|Professor of EBM, Carl Heneghan and Senior Researcher, Jonathan Livingstone-Banks|
|5 July 2023||
One day EBHC Short Course - Open Research Practices
Open research embodies good research practices by opening up participation in, and access to, the research lifecycle. It covers a wide range of practices and principles related to how research is carried out and enables research to take advantage of technical advances. By the end of this session you will be able to:
|Research Fellow and EBM Medical Teaching & Development Lead, Dr Georgia Richards|
|6 July 2023||
One day EBHC Short Course - An Introduction to Systematic Reviews
Available as a standalone one day face to face workshop or alongside the online Primer. This course provides specialised training for evidence synthesis in healthcare. The additional online course material will better prepare you to:
|Professor of EBM, Carl Heneghan|
|7 July 2023||
One day EBHC Short Course - An introduction to Evidence-Based Medicine
Available as standalone one day face to face workshop or alongside the online Primer. This course aims to increase your knowledge, skills, and confidence in practicing Evidence-Based Medicine.
|Course Director of our postgraduate teaching programmes in EBHC, Dr David Nunan|