This special Boot Camp session is presented by our guest Joseph F. Clark, Ph.D. from the University of Cincinnati and the author of My Ambulance Education: Life and Death on the Streets of the City. This class will provide a brief introduction to research and research methods. The students will learn how to use scientific and medical search engines such as: Medline, the national library, the National Institutes of Health, National Science Foundation. Some of they key elements of this session are:
• Importance of Peer Review Research Papers
• Definitions of statistical methods use in research
• To provide a body of knowledge tools so that students will be able to learn how to gauge the appropriateness of research methods in EMS
• Live discussions concerning research in the EMS setting.
Get access to the video recording of this session so you can watch it online at your leisure.
Get the audio version so you can download it and listen on your MP3 player, computer or burn to a CD to listen in your car or stereo.
Download all the show notes that include the chat logs, Q&A logs and text version transcript of the session.
Plus get the valuable links and resources that we use for this session or recommend as added resources.
Download the printable Certificate of Completion along with session handout/outline that you can present to your medical director for CE credit.
This is all valued at $58. Claim all the above for a full 90 days.