How to Evaluate Quality Improvement Conference Content

Use evidence based methods to find the most promising practices for your healthcare organization.

This mini-course, How to Evaluate Quality Improvement Conference Content, is now open for enrollment at only $15.00 for a limited time. The course package includes training modules and handouts. Click here to enroll.

Guidance for Guideline Developers

This course is for clinicians on guideline panels.

The training includes defining the role of clinicians and covers the steps in guideline development including rating evidence.

The course was delivered in person to the American Academy of Family Physicians in 2014 and is now being adapted for self-directed, internet learning This course will be open for enrollment soon.


TheEvidenceDoc is an experienced educator & former professor who has taught evidence based methods to learners from a wide variety of backgrounds including public health, nursing students, medical students and residents.

You, too, can discover how easy it is to use evidence based principles and ground your clinical actions in the best available evidence.

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@TheEvidenceDoc thanks for your fantastic presentation today! We will post the link for further dissemination next week. #guidelines
— G-I-N North America (@GuidelinesNA)
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— Primaris Healthcare ‏@primaris_health Feb 5
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— Primaris Healthcare @primaris_health Feb 23