Still time to book your space

Sometimes when you start a clinical audit project it can be be very challenging to decide what are the most important questions you need to answer. And it is so important to get these right- really crucial to the overall success of the project and has a major influence on the breadth and depth of the all important literature review

We are therefore delighted that Dr Dan Monnery , Consultant in Palliative Medicine at The Clatterbridge Cancer Centre, will be facilitating a virtual interactive workshop to help us really decide what it is we want to know.

Guaranteed to be fun, stimulating and very useful- Dan will be doing the same 90 minute session on two different dates in May 2022:

4th May 1pm-2.30pm


17th May 10am-11.30am

In order to maximise interactivity we are limiting the places for these sessions.. Priority will be given to those who are getting involved with a Guideline Development Group.

We had hoped to let you book via Eventbrite but unfortunately have some technical issues. So if you would like to reserve a place please email asap. Please provide your name, role, place of work and contact email address. There are only 10 spaces on each day. If you manage to get a place we will send you a confirmatory email. and joining details

The sessions themselves are free of charge and we know that there will be a high demand. Therefore we will be charging £20 for late cancellations (i.e within 72 hours) or for those who just don’t turn up. So if you reserve a place please make sure you do come and join the session.

We really look forward to seeing you at the event and hope that it is both enjoyable and stimulating

We will also be holding some great sessions on How to Search the Literature and Critical Appraisal later in the year. Both can seem quite daunting but our workshops will hopefully take away the fear!. Details to follow very soon.

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