Presented by: Kyle Arnoldi, CO
Moderator: Claire Hennessey, CO
Date: Wednesday, February 24, 2021
Choosing an appropriate study methodology is a critical step in the scientific method. A valid study design is tailored to the study’s goals and prevents bias, so as to allow for valid and meaningful conclusions to be drawn. This second webinar in the 12-part series will review the two major categories of biomedical research, Observational and Experimental, and the subtypes of each. Appropriate use, advantages, and disadvantages of each type will be discussed in the context of the Hierarchy of Evidence in Evidence-Based Medicine. The content of this webinar will not only assist the researcher but will educate the reader of ophthalmic literature in interpreting study results in light of methodology strengths and flaws.
There is no cost to attend the February webinar. Rather, we ask that you consider a donation to support our mission. FOREA suggests a donation of $25 to help keep the webinar series available to students and certified orthoptists. However, no amount is too large or too small as FOREA depends solely on generous individuals like you to keep all of our programs alive!
1.5 COC core CE has been awarded for this session.
1.5 AOC non-core CE has been awarded for this session.
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