Are you looking to understand more about how to appraise the quality of a rapid review? We can help! The Injury Prevention Centre and the Saskatchewan Prevention Institute are hosting a National Collaborating Centre for Methods and Tools (NCCMT) Back to Basics workshop. Register for an interactive, two-hour virtual workshop covering all things evidence to make sure you’re ready for the next challenges. The sessions will be hosted by Robyn Traynor and Emily Clark, Knowledge Brokers at the NCCMT.
Topics covered will include:
- defining a clearly focused, answerable research question
- searching for evidence
- assessing the quality of synthesized evidence
- adapting, implementing and evaluating an intervention