Syllabus -- EBC II

Syllabus -- EBC II - Evidence-based Chiropractic II Season...

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Evidence-based Chiropractic II Season and Year: Summer 2011 Course number: PHPR61212 Quarter: 4 Units: 3 Lecture hrs/week: 3 Prerequisite: PHPR1212 (Evidence-Based Chiropractic II) No corequisites Catalogue description: Proficiency in developing clinical questions, literature search strategies, critical appraisal, application of evidence and evaluation of results. Integration of scientific evidence with clinical experience and patient values. In depth analysis of specific research designs commonly seen in the chiropractic literature. Properties and use of clinical outcome measures; bias, validity, reliability, sensitivity, specificity, concepts in statistics. Professional interaction and debate. Development of verbal and written critical appraisal skills. Instructors' name: Morgan Young, DC Office hours and contact information: (408) 944-6045; Please make appointments by email. Course website: Required texts: Haneline M. Evidence-based Chiropractic Practice Required materials and/or other reading: Required chiropractic research papers that are available from the Palmer West Library or the course website. Recommended texts: Sackett, Haynes, Guyatt and Tugwell. Clinical Epidemiology: A Basic Science for Clinical Medicine, 2nd ed., 1991. Portney and Watkins. Foundations of Clinical Research: Applications to Practice, 2nd ed. 2000. Facilities/Equipment: Lecture room, overhead projector, data projector, Power Point program. Description of teaching methods: Lecture, small group discussion, case-based discussion, guided learning, self-discovery, mastery of skills. Description of learner evaluation methods: Multiple choice test items, essay, product review. Grading procedure: Grade Search Assignment 2% A = 90% and above Case Report Critical Appraisal 2% B = 80-89% Lit Review Critical Appraisal 2% C = 70-79% Reliability Critical Appraisal 2% D = 60-69% RCT Critical Appraisal 2% D = 60-69% EBC 5-step project 14% Midterm Exam 38%
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This note was uploaded on 01/07/2012 for the course PHPR 1212 taught by Professor Young during the Summer '11 term at Palmer Chiropractic.

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