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Cochrane Canada Workshop Evaluations 2011 Cochrane Canada Workshop Evaluations 2011 Presentation Transcript

  • Using Social Media to Promote Evidence-Based Practice:
    Workshop Evaluation of Participants (N=25)
    Dean Giustini
    Francisco J Grajales III
    Daniel Hooker
    Cochrane Canada Symposium Workshop Evaluation - Vancouver BC
  • This Cochrane workshop met my expectations:
    Using Social Media to Promote Evidence-Based Practice (EBP)
    Comments (N=25):
    • “Discussions were excellent”
    • “Great presentations by all three speakers”
    • “More introductory materials would be useful”
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    Giustini, Grajales III, Hooker | Cochrane Canada Symposium Workshop 2011
  • Using Social Media to Promote Evidence-Based Practice (EBP)
    This Cochrane workshop’space was appropriate:
    Comments (N=25):
    • “I would like someone to show me how to set up an account in a blog, wiki or in Twitter”
    • “Great discussions, thanks for being flexible”
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    Giustini, Grajales III, Hooker | Cochrane Canada Symposium Workshop 2011
  • Using Social Media to Promote Evidence-Based Practice (EBP)
    This Cochrane workshop was relevant to EBP:
    Comments (N=25):
    • “Opened me up to using social media…”
    • “Using different sources in social media for systematic reviews was new to me”
    • “I’m not sure about its relevance to my work, to be honest….”
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  • Using Social Media to Promote Evidence-Based Practice (EBP)
    The Cochrane workshop materials were useful:
    Comments (N=24):
    • “The power of social media was a surprise”
    • “Thanks for all the websites”
    • “An excellent manual”
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  • Using Social Media to Promote Evidence-Based Practice (EBP)
    I will try social media because of the workshop:
    Comments (N=21):
    • “I already use social media”
    • “I don’t have any time to manage these tools”
    • 4 non-responses
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  • Most useful things I learned in this workshop:
    • All the additional tools in Twitter (i.e., hastags)
    • Make your workshops more interactive
    • Just do it!~
    • Librarians rock (room was full of librarians)
    • Dealing with quality of information in social media is critical;
    • how do consumers avoid “snake oil” advice in social media?
    • I liked the definitions the most – they were clear and concise
    • About wikis, blogs and Twitter
    • Some of the answers to questions were off topicTotal of 25 participants completed surveys BUT ~40 people attended workshopLearning objects from the workshop can be found:http://hlwiki.slais.ubc.ca/index.php/Using_Social_Media_to_Promote_Evidence-Based_Practice
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  • Workshop by:
    Dean Giustini
    UBC Biomedical Branch Librarian
    UBC Library
    Francisco J Grajales III
    Trainee, Western Regional Training Centre for Health Services Research UBC Graduate Student Researcher
    UBC eHealth Strategy Office
    Daniel Hooker
    Researcher
    UBC eHealth Strategy Office
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    Giustini, Grajales III, Hooker | Cochrane Canada Symposium Workshop 2011