TIIH will be hosting the Research Methods in Complementary and Integrative Medicine training course, which will be held March 18–24, 2013 for the second time in the United States. The course will provide participants with the skills necessary to both critically appraise clinical research, identify gaps, and to plan and perform their own study projects.
The Institute for Integrative Health (TIIH)
International Society for Complementary Medicine Research
University of Maryland School of Medicine
Research Methods in Complementary and Integrative Medicine
March 18-24, 2013
1407 Fleet Street Baltimore, MD 21231
The Institute is pleased to host this three-module academic course in cooperation with University of Maryland Center for Integrative Medicine and the International Society for Complementary Medicine Research.
• Basic Study Design and Basic Statistics – March 18–21, 2013
• Designing Pragmatic Trials – March 22, 2013
• Systematic Reviews and Meta-Analysis – March 23–24, 2013
Course participants will:
Expand knowledge and skills. They will gain the ability to appraise clinical research and identify gaps, as well as to plan and perform their own study projects.
Learn from internationally recognized experts. Instructors have extensive experience teaching research methods and have been published in journals such as Lancet, JAMA, BMJ, Annals of Internal Medicine, and the Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews.
Network and exchange ideas. Often attracting participants from around the world, the course fosters connections and dialogue.
Selection is on a rolling, space-available basis. Participants will be selected on their qualifications and involvement or interest in clinical research in CAM.
To apply, download the application. Please send a short curriculum vitae and the completed application to firstname.lastname@example.org, or fax it to 443.681.7613. The course often fills quickly, so apply early.
For more information, download the brochure.