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Workshop: Come and write! Putting the SQUIRE guidelines into action

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THIS Institute (The Healthcare Improvement Studies Institute) will host a highly practical workshop on writing improvement work using the SQUIRE guidelines with Dr Louise Davies from 1345 - 1515 on Monday 30 April 2018.

Come and write! Putting the SQUIRE guidelines into action
Whether you are at the design stage, or writing about your work for publication, the SQUIRE Guidelines can help you clarify your ideas and findings, and communicate clearly. We will briefly review the key concepts of SQUIRE and then you will apply them directly on your own, getting feedback to advance your work.

The workshop will follow a seminar (1200 - 1300) and informal lunch (1300 - 1345) in the same venue. Workshop participants are very welcome to both the seminar and lunch. Booking is required for the workshop only.

Places at the workshop are very limited, please book now to secure your place. For more information please contact helen.gardner@thisinstitute.cam.ac.uk

More about Louise:

Dr Louise Davies
Adjunct Professor, Geisel School of Medicine Department of Surgery and The Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy & Clinical Practice

Dr. Davies is a surgeon and researcher. Her academic appointments are with the Geisel School of Medicine Department of Surgery and The Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy & Clinical Practice (TDI), both in Hanover, New Hampshire, USA.

She was the Co-PI on the SQUIRE 2.0 Publication Guidelines, for which she led the evaluation process that drove the revision work. She has practical experience in large scale quality improvement from her own workplace efforts to improve instrument sterilization and organization procedures for the operating room.

As a researcher, she has expertise in both qualitative and quantitative approaches. She is the director of the introduction to qualitative research methods course in Dartmouth’s public health program, and does research in cancer epidemiology, predominantly thyroid cancer. One of her broad interests is using qualitative approaches to bolster the value gained from numerical data in health services research and healthcare improvement projects.

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