- 09:30 - 24/09/2021 to 16:30 - 24/09/2021
- London, WC1N 1PG, United Kingdom
This introductory-level course is aimed at those seeking a grounding in guideline development processes and methods applicable in UK healthcare settings.
Participants who have completed this course should be able to:
- Recognise the key stages of guideline development
- Describe the steps involved in undertaking a systematic review of evidence
- Participate in reviewing, synthesising and interpreting evidence as part of guideline development
- Understand how evidence is used in developing guideline recommendations
- Identify learning and development goals to expand knowledge and skills in the above areas
Participant numbers will be capped to ensure an interactive and audience-led format, with practical sessions and discussion time interspersed throughout the day.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
Anyone seeking a grounding in guideline development processes and methods applicable in UK healthcare settings.
- Dr Moira Mugglestone, Researcher in Evidence Synthesis, Healthcare Infection Society
- Dr Gemma Marsden, Research and Development Manager, Healthcare Infection Society
- Dr Aggie Bak, Researcher in Evidence Synthesis, Healthcare Infection Society
- Professor Peter Wilson, Consultant Microbiologist, University College London Hospitals and Chair, Healthcare Infection Society Guidelines Committee
The course will be delivered online via Zoom, by members of the HIS team with experience in developing guidelines in and beyond the field of infection prevention and control.