Attend Evidence-based Medicine (EBM) Toolkit Training and Earn 13 Credits of CME in 2 Days

January 5, 2013

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AAN's EBM Toolkit training provides neurologists, educators, and researchers a comprehensive statistical analysis and methodology course. The training is organized in 19 didactic modules with illustrative examples, guided journal article deconstructions, and an appendix of diagnostic and analysis tools.

  • Improve knowledge of quality improvement, population health, and patient-centered care
  • Improve knowledge of strong evidence in clinical trials and research
  • Improve critical analysis skills
  • Help navigate and understand vast amount of research available to neurologists

Participants will receive the full curriculum of EBM education to use and reference after the training, including:

  • Traditional didactic lectures with presenter notes (PowerPoint presentations)
  • Article deconstruction or data set activities accompanied by detailed critical analysis
  • Practical learning tools based on real clinical examples
  • Outcome measurement tools (pre-tests, post-tests, module evaluations)
  • Ongoing access to EBM expert faculty and staff for program implementation help
  • 13 credits CME (Continuing Medical Education) for the training

The training was originally developed as an educational support tool for program directors. Deep discounts are available for program directors or designees to attend the training. EBM Toolkit is an excellent resource to help program directors:

  • Demonstrate completion of ACGME core competencies
  • Provide Journal Club materials and curriculum
  • Prepare residents to stay current with research throughout their careers

Medical educators can use the EBM Toolkit as the primary tool for teaching others how to increase the quality of neurological care. Educators will receive a full curriculum of EBM education, including:

  • Traditional didactic lectures with presenter notes (PowerPoint presentations)
  • Article deconstruction or data set activities accompanied by detailed critical analysis
  • Practical learning tools based on real clinical examples
  • Outcome measurement tools (pre-tests, post-tests, module evaluations)
  • Ongoing access to EBM expert faculty and staff for program implementation help
  • 13 credits CME (Continuing Medical Education) for the training

Learn more about the Evidence-based Medicine (EBM) Toolkit Training.