The second course in the INGUIDE Program will focus on the role of a guideline methodologist.
At the end of this course learners will:
- Be able to understand and describe the evidence-based methods for developing high-quality health guidelines based on the GIN-McMaster approach
- Be able to apply best practices in health guideline development as a panel methodologist
Pre-requisites: Level 1: Guideline Group or Panel Member Course certification
Delivery Format: Online, self-led modules (must be completed before the webinar) and live instructor-led webinars
Time Commitment: approximately 18 hours (6 hours of self-led material to cover before the webinar + (3) x 4-hour live webinars)
Certification Requirements: completion of level 2 coursework; participation in 3-part webinar/workshop sessions; pass level 2 online quizzes; participate in 3 guideline panels as methodologist
LIVE ONLINE INSTRUCTOR-LED WEBINARS
- All the dates and times are posted in the Avenue platform. Please indicate your preferences well in advance.
- If one month has dates with times that do not work well for a particular time zone, we will offer the webinars again in another month to suit that time zone.
- You need to attend all 3 webinars in the same month that indicated your preference for via the Avenue platform.
- Please complete the online Level 2 modules (M1 to M11) via Avenue in advance of the webinar, in order to receive the Zoom link for the webinar.
- Attendance is taken at the webinar.
- Webinar dates are not guaranteed and subject to change. We endeavour to accomodate as many preferences.
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Note #1: Pre-requisite Course Reminder
The Level 2: Guideline Methodologist Course has a pre-requisite requirement, which is the completion of the Level 1: Guideline Panel Member Certification Course. For any questions and concerns, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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