This past week was the annual Duke Teaching and Leading EBP, a workshop for educators and champions of Evidence-Based Practice from across the country. The conference was held virtually this year, but participants were still able to meet with peers, expert faculty, and EBP mentors in a supportive learning atmosphere.
This year's EBP program offered multiple small group sessions for tutorials and core curriculum, and 10 specifically focused large group sessions, 9 of which were presented by faculty members of Duke General Internal Medicine (DGIM).
Large Group Sessions:
- Introduction to EBP – Sheri Keitz, MD, PhD
- Study Designs – James Fox, MD and Joel Boggan, MD
- Therapy (RCT validity) – Kenneth Goldberg, MD
- Therapy (math) – Kenneth Goldberg, MD
- Randomization – Sheri Keitz, MD, PhD and Christopher Jackson, MD
- Harm / Risk – Alyssa Stephany, MD and Jane Gagliardi, MD
- Hazard Ratios and Kaplan-Meier Curves – Tim Ashley, MD
- Systematic Reviews – Sarah Cantrell, MLIS, Sheri Keitz, MD, PhD, and Larry Young, MD
- Meta-Analysis and Guidelines – Sheri Keitz, MD, PhD and Larry Young, MD
- Non-Inferiority Trials – Daniella Zipkin, MD