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Oxford University expands evidence-based methods courses for health care professionals

Oxford University is launching two new Masters’ degrees in Evidence Based Health Care as part of its continuing professional development programme to enable health care professionals worldwide to base their clinical decisions on valid, reliable and relevant evidence.

The two new courses focus specifically on medical statistics and systematic reviews within the wider context of evidence based health care, and aim to provide health care professionals with the tools to analyse data from clinical research, summarise it, and apply the evidence to their own clinical settings, as well as take the first steps in conducting their own research projects.

For the full story on Nuffield Department of Primary Care Health Sciences website