Target Grants 2: developing a practitioner EBVM resource

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Target Grants 2 was awarded to an international group of EBVM Network members to develop a free online EBVM course for practitioners. The online course will allow practitioners everywhere to learn more about the specific skills required to make evidence-based decisions such as study design, database search strategies and critical appraisal.

The project is lead by Dr Kristen Reyher from Bristol University, and Drs Rachel Dean and Marnie Brennan from Nottingham University, and will combine the resources of team members from education centres in Germany, Canada, USA, Romania and UK.

The organisations collaborating on the project are:

University of Bristol, University of Nottingham, University of Cambridge, Royal Veterinary College, University of Agricultural Sciences & Veterinary Medicine Bucharest, University of Berlin, University of Edinburgh, University of Georgia, University of Glasgow, University of Guelph, University of Liverpool, and University of Prince Edward Island.

Read our news story about the Target Grants 2 project.

The new EBVM Learning resource was launched at EBVM Skills Day 2015.

Find out more about the EBVM Network.