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Day 2 - Research changes lives - how to generate and apply high quality evidence to your practice.

Start: 16th November 2017

Type: Seminar

Description: Day two The ABC of ophthalmic statistics: An overview of the role of statistics in ophthalmic research and use of appropriate approaches to statistical analysis The second day of this two day symposium will focus on ophthalmic statistics, the role of statistics in research and approaches to analysis. An interactive research surgery will take place on each day, giving delegates the opportunity to discuss their research proposal in depth. The overall aim of this seminar, chaired by Phillippa Cumberland and Jugnoo Rahi, GOS Institute of Child Health UCL, is provide clinicians with an introduction to evidence based ophthalmology through: 1. An overview of research design and implementation, appropriate statistical approaches and evidence appraisal and synthesis; 2. An opportunity to embed learning by discussion of research ideas at an early stage. Please note that while the programme has been designed as a two day seminar, each day can be booked independently to give delegates flexibility. Day one gives an overview of research and day two focuses on the use of ophthalmic statistics. This seminar is suitable for any clinician with an interest in undertaking research or applying research evidence to improve their practice and services.

Max Places: 60

Venue: Royal College of Ophthalmologists

Programme: Click here to open.

CPD Points: 4.0

Consultants - £193.00
Fellow, Member, Affiliate or Diplomate - £178.00
Trainee Ophthalmologist - £153.00
Allied Professions - £153.00
Staff and Associate Specialists - £178.00