Presenting data: how to convey information most effectively seminar 20th February 2015
For information to drive change it must be interpreted and understood. Sometimes important messages are not actioned because they are not conveyed in a way which motivates change. In this seminar we discuss the importance of considering how to present data to your audience. We give some clues on how data might be displayed and tips on how to avoid presenting data. At the end of the day, we anticipate delegates will better understand different methods and techniques that can be used to present data in a way that can optimize impact.
Who should attend:
This event is relevant to:
- Early career researchers;
- Hospital administrators;
- Quality managers;
- Clinical research coordinators;
- Clinical informatics;
- Data managers;
- Postgraduate students;
- Quality managers; and
- Those interested in audit and quality.
Venue: The Alfred Medical Research and Education Precinct (AMREP) lecture theatre, 75 Commercial Rd, The Alfred, Melbourne Vic 3004.
Seminar date: Friday 20th February 2015
Seminar time: 9:00am - 3:45pm (Registration opens at 8:30am)
Cost: $195 pp (incl. of GST)
A 20% discount applies for Monash University staff and students with payment via internal transfer. Email cost centre, fund source to email@example.com.
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Emergency Medicine Research Short Course Semester 1, 2015 (registration open now)
- Introduction to research methods used in observational studies
- Practical skills required in the design and assessment of a research project
Protocol design, including study type selection, introduction to questionnaire design, sampling methods, and ethics approval
- Planning data management and statistical analysis and developing a study budget
- Introduction to the role of qualitative research
Evidence Based Medicine
- Appropriately formulate answerable clinical questions
- Scientific literature search
- Critical appraisal of scientific literature and evidence based guidelines
- Application of research to clinical practice
- Barriers to changing practice
When: 5 month course commencing 2nd March, 2015
Venue: School of Public Health and Preventive Medicine, Monash University, The Alfred Centre, Melb Vic 3004.
For expressions of interest for 2015 please email: email@example.com