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Cochrane Canada Workshop Evaluations 2011

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Cochrane Canada Workshop Evaluations 2011

  1. 1. Using Social Media to Promote Evidence-Based Practice:<br />Workshop Evaluation of Participants (N=25)<br />Dean Giustini<br />Francisco J Grajales III<br />Daniel Hooker<br />Cochrane Canada Symposium Workshop Evaluation - Vancouver BC<br />
  2. 2. This Cochrane workshop met my expectations:<br />Using Social Media to Promote Evidence-Based Practice (EBP)<br />Comments (N=25):<br /><ul><li>“Discussions were excellent”
  3. 3. “Great presentations by all three speakers”
  4. 4. “More introductory materials would be useful”</li></ul>2<br />Giustini, Grajales III, Hooker | Cochrane Canada Symposium Workshop 2011<br />
  5. 5. Using Social Media to Promote Evidence-Based Practice (EBP)<br />This Cochrane workshop’space was appropriate:<br />Comments (N=25):<br /><ul><li>“I would like someone to show me how to set up an account in a blog, wiki or in Twitter”
  6. 6. “Great discussions, thanks for being flexible”</li></ul>3<br />Giustini, Grajales III, Hooker | Cochrane Canada Symposium Workshop 2011<br />
  7. 7. Using Social Media to Promote Evidence-Based Practice (EBP)<br />This Cochrane workshop was relevant to EBP:<br />Comments (N=25):<br /><ul><li>“Opened me up to using social media…”
  8. 8. “Using different sources in social media for systematic reviews was new to me”
  9. 9. “I’m not sure about its relevance to my work, to be honest….”</li></ul>4<br />Giustini, Grajales III, Hooker | Cochrane Canada Symposium Workshop 2011<br />
  10. 10. Using Social Media to Promote Evidence-Based Practice (EBP)<br />The Cochrane workshop materials were useful:<br />Comments (N=24):<br /><ul><li>“The power of social media was a surprise”
  11. 11. “Thanks for all the websites”
  12. 12. “An excellent manual”</li></ul>5<br />Giustini, Grajales III, Hooker | Cochrane Canada Symposium Workshop 2011<br />
  13. 13. Using Social Media to Promote Evidence-Based Practice (EBP)<br />I will try social media because of the workshop:<br />Comments (N=21):<br /><ul><li>“I already use social media”
  14. 14. “I don’t have any time to manage these tools”
  15. 15. 4 non-responses</li></ul>6<br />Giustini, Grajales III, Hooker | Cochrane Canada Symposium Workshop 2011<br />
  16. 16. Most useful things I learned in this workshop:<br /><ul><li> All the additional tools in Twitter (i.e., hastags)
  17. 17. Make your workshops more interactive
  18. 18. Just do it!~
  19. 19. Librarians rock (room was full of librarians)
  20. 20. Dealing with quality of information in social media is critical;
  21. 21. how do consumers avoid “snake oil” advice in social media?
  22. 22. I liked the definitions the most – they were clear and concise
  23. 23. About wikis, blogs and Twitter
  24. 24. 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</li></ul>7<br />Giustini, Grajales III, Hooker | Cochrane Canada Symposium Workshop 2011<br />
  25. 25. Workshop by:<br />Dean Giustini<br />UBC Biomedical Branch Librarian<br />UBC Library <br />Francisco J Grajales III<br />Trainee, Western Regional Training Centre for Health Services Research UBC Graduate Student Researcher<br />UBC eHealth Strategy Office<br />Daniel Hooker<br />Researcher<br />UBC eHealth Strategy Office<br />8<br />Giustini, Grajales III, Hooker | Cochrane Canada Symposium Workshop 2011<br />

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