A network for students interested in evidence-based health care

Serving on a clinical practice guideline development panel

Posted on January 15, 2013 by Andrew Harper

Learning Resources
developing guidelines with consumers

A single talk explaining how educated consumers can play a role within the
guideline development process.

Student opinion:

Interesting and worthwhile watching but not essential. There are better resources available.

Score:

2 out of 5

Link:

Serving on a clinical guideline panel [Internet]. US Cochrane Center, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health; [updated 6 March 2012; cited 15 January 2013]. Available from: http://us.cochrane.org/free-online-courses

Andrew Harper

Andrew Harper

Andrew Harper (http://about.me/andrewharper) is a New England Journal of Medicine Scholar. He is a final year medical student at Newcastle University in the United Kingdom and has gained an MSc in Medical Genetics with distinction. His current clinical interests are in cardiology, but he also has research and teaching interests. He has published a wide-range of research articles. You can follow Andrew on twitter (@arharper17) to find out how genomics and digital health can improve healthcare. View more posts from Andrew

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Subscribe to our newsletter

You will receive our monthly newsletter and free access to Trip Premium.