นอกจากการดูบทความนี้แล้ว คุณยังสามารถดูข้อมูลที่เป็นประโยชน์อื่นๆ อีกมากมายที่เราให้ไว้ที่นี่: ดูเพิ่มเติม
This whiteboard animation belongs to a series of 14 topic areas designed to help students (and managers) better prepare for their next job placement (internship / job rotation / during university coursework). They provide a novel take on how to be successful during your new job assignment (and/or during university coursework), especially when you find yourself in a situation where you are required to deal with complex unsolved problems, issues and challenges.
For more details of the FOCUSED Project, please check out our official website
The 14 topics are designed to provide you with a more holistic take and go beyond traditional and conventional pretraining. Taken together, they will enable you to learn BETTER, learn FASTER and learn MORE than you are used to.
Each of the main topics covered provides you with (1) a brief background to set the scene; (2) what the topic is about; (3) three examples illustrating how to use the topic; (4) why it is important; (5) a brief “homework” exercise for you to apply.
The topics range from:
1. What is “Staying F.O.C.U.S.E.D.” framework?
2. Develop a complicated understanding
3. Using metaphors to make the unfamiliar familiar
4. Reframing and the importance problemsetting using positive “re” words
5. Situation awareness (making sense of context)
6. Current takenforgranted assumptions
7. Integrative thinking
8. Reflective practice
9. Persuasive skills
10. Critical incidents
11. Improvising skills
12. Relevate: make the irrelevant relevant
13. Evidencebased management
14. The value of “good” theory and research
These whiteboard animations are part of a $HK9.7M FOCUSED Project and generously funded by the University Grants Committee (UGC) of the Hong Kong Government.
© FOCUSED Project, All rights reserved
Supervised by July Rongjiao ZHU,
Directed by Bobo Ho Yan TO,
Produced by Moria Lanlan ZHANG and Heidi Hoi Yi FOO
Positive Happy by PeriTune https://soundcloud.com/sei_peridot
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The case for evidence based teaching.
This 15 minute video is available free from the Evidencebased Teacher’s Toolkit. Feel free to send the link to anyone who may be interested, particularly anyone who is a teacher.\r
Schools and colleges may like to show it to staff during a training session to promote debate about how to improve learning.
Evidence-Based Policymaking Made Easy by ‘Results First’ Tool
State and county governments are charged with some of the most important work in our society—from education to health care to criminal justice and more. But how can decisionmakers identify and invest in policies and programs that are proven to work?
In this animated video, learn about the Results First Initiative, which, since 2011, has partnered with states and counties across the country to help them incorporate the use of evidence in their budgeting and policymaking processes—helping to improve outcomes and make the most of limited resources.
The PewMacArthur Results First Initiative is a project of The Pew Charitable Trusts and the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation. To learn more about the Results First approach to evidencebased policymaking, visit: http://www.pewtrusts.org/en/projects/pewmacarthurresultsfirstinitiative
State and local governments are charged with some of the most important work in our society.
The programs they provide to their residents touch every aspect of life from education to healthcare to criminal justice, and more.
And it’s essential that these programs achieve the best possible outcomes and get the most out of every tax dollar.
But too often policymakers lack the necessary information about which programs work, which don’t, and which provide the best bang for your buck – and are left to make crucial decisions with little to no data.
The PewMacArthur Results First Initiative works with state and local governments to identify and invest in programs and policies proven to work.
Results First helps government leaders access and assemble critical information about what works, beginning by developing a program inventory: a comprehensive list of all programs they provide in a given policy area.
The program inventory pulls information like program name, descriptions, descriptions, participants, and budgets into one centralized place.
Once government leaders know what programs they’re funding, the next step is to understand how effective those programs are.
There’s a lot of information about program effectiveness out there, but it’s not easy to find. So Results First created a clearinghouse database – a collection of research from various national clearinghouses which display programs according to their level of effectiveness.
Policymakers can search this wealth of information to assess the programs they’re providing and see if they are proven to work.
They can also use it to explore other effective programs they could offer.
Knowing what is currently being done, how effective it is, and what it costs is essential to deciding how to allocate limited resources.
For some of the programs identified in the inventory, Results First can help partners use our model to assess the benefits and costs they can expect their programs to have.
The model calculates the projected impact of a program, taking into account the specifics of their state or locality, including population characteristics, costs, and other variables.
Finally, Results First enables governments to use all of this data and evidence to make more informed policy and budget decisions, reducing funding programs with little evidence of impact, and shifting funding to alternatives that can achieve better outcomes.
By bringing evidence into the decisionmaking process, Results First helps policymakers improve outcomes for their residents and make the most of limited resources.
To learn more about the PewMacArthur Results First Initiative, go to Pew Trusts dot org slash Results First.
Giới thiệu sách \”Y học thực chứng\” (evidence based medicine)
Tôi hân hạnh giới thiệu đến các bạn một cuốn sách về y học thực chứng mới được tái bản. Lần này do Nhà xuất bản Tổng Hợp in ấn và phát hành. Nội dung bao gồm cách đặt câu hỏi về lâm sàng, phương pháp dùng Pubmed, cách đánh giá chứng cứ khoa học, và cách áp dụng chứng cứ.Còn có 3 chương về các khái niệm dịch tễ học và ước tính cỡ mẫu.
An Introduction to Evidence Based Medicine
An intro to EBM, including a discussion of the different types of studies, the hierarchy of evidence, and the role of EBM in broader clinical practice.
นอกจากการดูหัวข้อนี้แล้ว คุณยังสามารถเข้าถึงบทวิจารณ์ดีๆ อื่นๆ อีกมากมายได้ที่นี่: ดูวิธีอื่นๆInvestement