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Teaching Evidence Assimilation for Collaborative Healthcare

Sponsored by the Section on Evidence Based Health Care (SEBHC), The New York Academy of Medicine

Date: Aug 3-5, 2016
Place: The New York Academy of Medicine, 1216 Fifth Avenue (at 103rd Street), NYC 10029

Speakers:  Ian D Graham PhD, Senior Scientist, The Ottawa Hospital Research Institute
                   Eddy Lang MD,  University of Calgary,  GRADE Working Group
                   Marita Titler PhD, RN Associate Dean University of Michigan School of Nursing
                   Craig Umscheid MD, Director, Center for Evidence-Based Practice, University of Pennsylvania

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Conference Schedule

The TEACH program is for physicians, nurses, pharmacists, administrators, librarians and other health care professionals. It utilizes small group learning supplemented by plenary sessions. Attendees may enroll in one of three levels. One group within Level #2 will focus on the GRADE system.

Level #1:
Foundations of EBHC

Participants of varying levels of
prior training acquire and
deepen basic evidence-based
health care  skills. The focus is
on the care of individual patients.

Specific skills include:
• Narrative skills
• Problem delineation
• How to ask questions
• Finding the evidence
• Appraising the evidence
• Assimilating evidence

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Level #2: Policies and
Recommendations for EBHC

Participants learn how EBHC skills are applied to the development of national policies and learn how to adapt such policies for use in local settings.  

Specific skills include:
• Problem delineation
• Finding/doing and appraising systematic reviews and guidelines
• Using Grading of Recommendations,
Assessment, Development
and Evaluation
• Adapting published guidelines for local use
• Communicating  recommendations

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Level #3: Implementing EBHC

Participants learn to combine EBHC  skills with principles of organizational change and knowledge translation to
maximize the value of research in system wide improvement initiatives.

Specific skills include:
• Problem delineation
• Prioritization, agenda setting
• Assembling the team
• Finding and using research evidence
• Leveraging internal evidence
• Implementation skills!
• Measuring, monitoring, and sustaining effectiveness

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Inquiries: Not sure what track you should enroll in? Have other questions? Email ebmny@nyam.org, or call 212-419-3610

Tuition:  All tracks - $1100
               Student and librarian discounts available for selected tracks

Accommodations
A block of rooms is available at Hotel Wales, Madison Avenue and 92nd St, which is walking distance from the Academy. For reservations, call 1-866-925-3746. Reference “NYAM TEACH CONFERENCE GROUP" and the Group Number 191419. All reservations shall be made no later than Tuesday, July 26, 2016 to obtain the group rate. Hotel bookings may also be made online via: https://gc.synxis.com/rez.aspx?Hotel=15229&Chain=6158&group=191419

THE TEACH DESIGN
Educational efforts in evidence-based practice can only achieve their stated goals if they lead to changes in practice and improved patient outcomes. The novel three-level framework of the TEACH program embraces three dimensions of intersection between research evidence and health care
delivery:

• Care of individual patients
• Development of clinical policies and recommendations
• Scientifically sound care improvement within specific healthcare settings.

Participants work in multidisciplinary teams to acquire and improve relevant skills and actively plan programs for implementation in their own practice settings.

Event Inquiries: Email ebmny@nyam.org, or call 212-419-3610