Cognitive: Name specific populations that may be affected by research; Describe health decisions that may be affected by research; Define participant subgroups; Evaluate a gaps analysis.
Attitudinal: Value of applying a patient-centered approach.
Skills: Identify outcomes that people representing the population of interest (and subgroups) notice and care about; Write a research question; Find relevant systematic reviews (or, if not feasible, narrative reviews) and evaluate their quality and content; Select appropriate interventions and comparators; Develop a formal study protocol.
This category contains the curriculum Introduction and nine main modules. Learn about the instructors for this curriculum.
- Introductory Lecture: Prepared and presented by Jodi Segal, MD, MPH
- Learning Modules: Prepared by Zackary Berger, MD, PhD & Eric Bass, MD, MPH; Presented by Zackary Berger, MD, PhD.
Category 1 Self-Assessment
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Posted: February 2016