How to read a paper: Navigating the maze
On-demand recorded 2 Aug 2022
Join Professor Paul Glasziou AO FRACGP PhD, an Australian international expert for this webinar, which will provide an overview of approaches to better finding and using evidence to help with everyday clinical questions in General Practice, and, for those interested in gaining more skills, introduce the Navigating the Maze Evidence-Based Practice Workbook (download the PDF).
The webinar is designed for anyone interested in research, including students, early career researchers, curious GPs, and other curious primary care clinicians and service providers.
- Identify sound evidence more confidently
- Be more able to ‘sift’ the evidence critically, to know what to look for, and why
- Identify ways to improve your skills in choosing and reading papers
This event is part of GP research webinar series 2020-2022. Events in this series are:
RACGP Research and Ethics Senior Project Officer
Gail Roberts is the RACGP Research and Ethics Senior Project Officer and coordinates the RACGP Ethics Committee (NREEC). Gail has worked as a tertiary health and legal researcher, tertiary educator, research consultant, as well as a senior health policy advisor to the Victorian state and Commonwealth governments. She was also a Divisions Consultant with the Victorian state-based organisation, (then) GPDV, and the inaugural Victorian PHCRED Partnership State Coordinator.
Professor Paul Glasziou
Professor Paul Glasziou AO FRACGP, PhD is Professor of Evidence-Based Medicine at Bond University was a part-time General Practitioner for many years, and the Professor and Director of the Centre for Evidence-Based Medicine at Oxford University from 2003-2010. His key interests include identifying and removing the barriers to using high quality research in everyday clinical practice. His research has influenced numerous guidelines and clinical policies and practice (cardiovascular disease management, screening, clinical monitoring, and antibiotics stewardship) and guidelines for reporting research.