EBHC Bulletin

Keeping you up to date with EBHC

In this edition of the EBHC Bulletin, we introduce you to two new short courses for 2023 and highlight a select number of short courses newly open to applications for 2022/23. We also share a student spotlight from an MSc in EBHC alumnus, and Jamie Hartmann-Boyce, Director of the DPhil in EBHC, reveals five ways the COVID-19 pandemic has affected routine medical care.

Finally, a reminder that applications for the 2022 entry for our PGCert in Qualitative Health Research Methods and the PGCert and PGDip in Health Research are still open. Enrolments to all other EBHC programmes starting this year are now closed. Applications for admission to our programmes in 2023-24 will open on 1 September 2022.

Best wishes from Oxford,
Annette Plüddemann – Course Director for the MSc in Evidence-Based Health Care

Latest news

Five ways the pandemic has affected routine medical care

Director of the Evidence-Based Health Care DPhil programme, Jamie Hartmann-Boyce, shares five ways that the pandemic has affected routine medical care, which has also been published in The Conversation.

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Sarah McKeown: Why I’m Studying Patient Access at Oxford

Sarah McKeown, a second-year DPhil on the EBHC programme, writes about her experience of clinical studies in low-resource settings and studying differences in access to cancer medication between patients covered by England’s NHS and the U.S. Medicare programme.

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Student spotlight

Ho Ming Lee

'One of the most beautiful and fruitful programmes'

MSc in Evidence-Based Health Care alumnus Ho Ming Lee, a Family Medicine Specialist based in Hong Kong, shares his experience of the course having recently completed his studies.

Read Ho Ming’s story

Short courses

Early applications for a select number of short courses taking place in 2022/23 are now being accepted:

New accredited short courses for 2023:
Health Behaviour Change
27-31 March 2023

Learn to develop, implement and evaluate health behaviour change interventions to influence health care practice and policy. 

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Qualitative and Mixed Methods Systematic Reviews
3-7 July 2023

Understand the approaches for using qualitative synthesis and mixed methods systematic reviews to support evidence-informed practice and policy making.

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Part-time postgraduate programmes

Applications for the following postgraduate programmes are still open for autumn 2022/23 entry: Don't forget! Applications for part-time postgraduate programmes starting in 2023 will be accepted from Wednesday 1 September 2022.

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Introductory course videos

Introducing the MSc in EBHC Teaching and Education and our PGCert in Teaching Evidence-Based Health Care

Course Director Dr David Nunan, and Module Coordinator Dr Adrian Stokes, explain what to expect during these courses. Watch video

Introducing our PGCert in Qualitative Health Research Methods

Course Director Anne-Marie Boylan, and Departmental Lecturer Stephanie Tierney, introduce the part-time PGCert in Qualitative Health Research Methods. Watch video

MSc alumnus discusses his experience of the Qualitative Research Methods module

Mike Tringale discusses why qualitative research is so important in evidence-based medicine and reflects on how it has provided transferable skills for real-world decision-making. Watch video

 Recent publications from our EBM experts

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