CASP Train The Trainer

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Train the Trainer Course: Developing teaching skills for learning critical appraisal

Book to attend our annual CASP Train the Trainer course, held each year in Oxford over 3 days

Summary: Experience a typical CASP (critical appraisal skills) workshop appraising a piece of published research, followed by a deconstruction of the methods and content. Sessions continue on; different study types, the use of statistics used in health research, how to use interactive approaches in critical appraisal teaching, adapting CASP materials for different audiences including patients, carers and the public, small group teaching practice and peer to peer feedback.

Who should attend this course? People that have an interest in using research evidence in their work and/or teaching. If you want to help others learn how to critically appraise research evidence in your organisation, then this is the course for you.

By the end of this course, participants will feel more confident about:

Critically appraising research evidence

Teaching critical appraisal skills to others

Participants will:

  • Enhance their understanding of evidence-based practice
  • Develop their critical appraisal skills
  • Develop their critical appraisal facilitation and teaching skills
  • Appreciate how to plan and run critical appraisal workshops and cascade learning

Cost:   £798 + VAT – discounted price applies to UK NHS/public sector workers/UK full time students/UK charitable sector £999 + VAT – applies for all other bookings

Includes:   all workshop materials, use of adaptable PowerPoint slides, lunch and refreshments. (Accommodation is not included)

Book:   via Eventbrite online ,or please email us at: info@casp-uk.net

Venue:   Kellogg College, University of Oxford, UK

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What Previous Participants Thought

“Structured, helpful, definitely develops skills and knowledge”

“I have learnt so much this week, great approach to teaching”

“Very good, I was blown over by finally understanding some of the statistical details”

“Teaching is of an excellent standard”