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What is Evidence-Informed Public Health?

The process of distilling and disseminating the best available evidence from research, context and experience, and using that evidence to inform and improve public health practice and policy.

Put simply, it means finding, using and sharing what works in public health.

More information on the process is available in the EIPH section of our website.

NCCMT’s online learning opportunities are designed to support our seven-step process of Evidence-Informed Public Health.

Tutorial Video

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MODULES BY STEPS

Estimated Time To Complete

Learners who complete these modules and achieve 
at least 75% on the final tests earn certificates of 
competence for each module completed.

Introduction to
Evidence-Informed Decision Making

4-5 hours

Quantitative Research Designs 101

4-5 hours

Searching for Research
Evidence in Public Health

5-6 hours

Critical Appraisal of Guidelines

6-8 hours

Critical Appraisal of Systematic Reviews

6-8 hours

Critical Appraisal of Qualitative Studies

6-8 hours

Critical Appraisal of Intervention Studies

6-8 hours

Assessing the Applicability and
Transferability of Evidence

3-4 hours

Implementing KT Strategies in Public Health

3-4 hours

Evaluating KT Strategies in Public Health

3-4 hours

The following are non-certificate modules. Learners who complete these modules will
 receive a statement of completion.

EIDM Essentials: Key issues in evidence informed decision making

1 hour

Introduction to Evidence-Informed Decision Making for Managers

1 hour


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