Centre for Health Evidence News
Edmonton Journal Article
A great start to the new year! Homer in the University of Alberta Express News site.
Edmonton Journal Article
A great start to the new year! The Edmonton Journal features the Homer desktop.
It's been a year of changes! The Centre for Health Evidence Annual Report 2006-2007 is now available.
All about us and our projects! The Centre for Health Evidence Annual Report 2005-2006 is now available.
We've updated our website! We've overhauled the look and design of the site and filled it with new information. Our core content such as the Users' Guides to Evidence-Based Practice is still here, but we think you'll find the new content is richer and more descriptive of who we are, what we do, our desktops and much more!
Meet our staff and see what we've been up to! The Centre for Health Evidence Annual Report 2004-2005 is now available.
CHE Partners with ABACUS
CHE is pleased to be partners with the Alberta Cardiovascular and Stroke Research Centre (ABACUS). For more information view our ABACUS project page or visit the ABACUS website at http://www.abacusresearch.ca/.
Articles by and about CHE:
The latest issue of the Evidence Based Health Care Newsletter (Volume 24, December 2004) out of McMaster University includes these articles co-written by Centre for Health Evidence staff:
- "EBCP Teaching Tips Online" by Robert Hayward, Tanya Voth, and Peter Wyer. Page 8.
- "ePearls: Evidence-based Continuing Professional Development" by Robert Hayward, Tanya Voth, Naomi Castle, and Tom Elmslie. Page 12.
The newsletter also includes these articles which refer to CHE and our contributions to various projects:
- "The SEARCH Program Plans Major Expansion" by Sarah Hayward. Page 5.
- "Evidence-Based Nursing: A Guide to Clinical Practice" by Alba DiCenso, Gordon Guyatt, Donna Ciliska. Page 6.
- "Users' Guides Interactive, Dietitians of Canada" by Beth Armour, Lynda Corby, and Jayne Thirsk. Page 14.
- "New York EBEM Group Launches Evaluation Project to Test Teaching" by Peter Wyer and Mark Graham. Page 14.
Congratulations to our Associate Director, Kelly Deis!
The Centre for Health Evidence is delighted to announce that our Associate Director, Kelly Deis, received a recognition award from the University of Alberta!
All the CHE staff and the director secretly collaborated to produce a sizable document full of stories about Kelly and how much we love her and appreciate her leadership and friendship. Kelly received one of the two first-ever UofA APO (Administrative Professional Officer) Recognition Awards on December 2, 2004. Congratulations Kelly!!