Evaluation and research are skills and tools that successful Health Informatics, eHealth and Health IT professionals use daily. We must know how to locate and evaluate studies already completed in light of our unique needs and situations as we plan for new services, installations or upgrades. We also need to know how best to plan for our own evaluations if needed, either to do them ourselves in-house or contract them out. eHealth Skills series is designed to give the attendees the skills and tools needed to plan for and utilize existing Informatics/eHealth evaluations and research studies. Each topic is stand alone and usually one session in duration. Some topics may have two sessions depending on the topic.
Instructor: Ann McKibbon - Professor Emeritus & Past Director, MSc in eHealth, McMaster University
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eHealth Evaluation: Introduction to Quantitative Methods
eHealth Evaluation: Introduction to Qualitative Methods
Usability Testing Essentials
Introduction to Evidence-Based Medicine