Critical appraisal training for oncologists in Manchester

 Friday 27 March 2015    Bespoke course | Oncology and palliative care


Critical appraisal training for oncologists in Manchester

This week we ran a bespoke critical appraisal skills training course for a group of oncology specialist registrars at The Christie, Manchester - the largest single site cancer centre in Europe treating more than 44,000 patients a year. As a centre of excellence, The Christie focuses on improving outcomes for oncology patients and that means applying the latest evidence that makes a difference to patients. The Critical Appraisal Company delivered a training event with the content tailored to the needs of oncologists. This is a great benefit of our bespoke events - the clinical papers used to practice the knowledge and skills of critical appraisal can be selected by the course organiser, so that the course is more relevant to the needs of the audience. We can work with papers from any clinical specialty so get in touch to order your own course!

Free critical appraisal workshop in Canberra, Australia

 Friday 03 May 2013    Australia | Bespoke course | Conference | Free | Oncology and palliative care


Free critical appraisal workshop in Canberra, Australia

The Critical Appraisal Company is running a one day Critical Appraisal Workshop at the 12th Australian Palliative Care Conference on 3 September 2013 at the National Convention Centre, Canberra, Australia. This fantastic opportunity to improve critical appraisal knowledge and skills for free has been organised by the Palliative Care Clinical Studies Collaborative (PaCCSC). The previous critical appraisal workshops organised by PaCCSC in New Zealand and Melbourne were a resounding success. There is no better time to visit Canberra as 2013 marks the 100 year centenary for the capital city. Registration for the conference is now open so don't delay!

Critical appraisal course in Melbourne

 Wednesday 12 December 2012    Australia | Bespoke course | Conference | Oncology and palliative care


Critical appraisal course in Melbourne

The ancient Mayan calendar may have predicted that the world would end in December 2012 but that didn't stop us from running a Critical Appraisal Bespoke Course at the Sebel Hotel in Melbourne, Australia. The event was organised by the Palliative Care Clinical Studies Collaborative (PaCCSC) as a free post-conference workshop after the Palliative Care Nurses Australia (PCNA) 2012 Conference. Content from our two day workshop together with clinical papers was packed into one day. A lot of material was covered and all the delegates were given free access to the Critical Appraisal Online Course for three months to help consolidate their knowledge and skills, on the assumption that the Mayan calendar had got it all wrong!

Critical appraisal workshop in New Zealand

 Monday 20 August 2012    Bespoke course | Conference | New Zealand | Oncology and palliative care


Critical appraisal workshop in New Zealand

We have been invited by PaCCSC (Palliative Care Clinical Studies Collaborative) to run a pre-conference 'Critical Appraisal Workshop' to coincide with the ANZSPM 2012: Collaboration In Palliative Care Conference in Queenstown, New Zealand. The workshop takes place at the Crowne Plaza Queenstown on 4 September 2012. The Australian and New Zealand Society of Palliative Medicine (ANZSPM) is a specialty medical society. Its members are medical practitioners who provide care for people with a life threatening illness. ANZSPM facilitates professional development and support for its members, promotes the practice of palliative medicine and advocates for those who work in the field of palliative medicine. Part of ANZSPM’s core business is to provide a variety of continuous professional development activities to support and educate medical practitioners working in, or with an interest in, palliative medicine. The Palliative Care Clinical Studies Collaborative (PaCCSC) is a research group that consists of a Coordinating Agency; Flinders University of South Australia, a governance structure including a Management Advisory Board (MAB), and a number of organisations that will be collaboratively involved in Phase 3 and Phase 4 clinical medication studies. Register for the workshop today!