Here is the 3rd webinar of our exclusive series!
Even for enthusiastic therapists dedicated to an evidence-based clinical practice, it is not always easy to navigate the literature, interpret a scientific article, and integrate its findings, conclusions and recommendations in patient care.
Which populations are concerned? What interventions have been tested? What other interventions have they been compared to? What outcome measures were used? Are the results statistically significant? Are they also clinically significant?
This is where The Running Clinic's Journal Club comes into play!
This 3rd webinar in our exclusive series will show you, using an example, how to quickly find, in a scientific article, the relevant elements for your clinical practice, and how to determine if a study is valid and applicable to your situation.
During this interactive webinar, Jean-Francois Esculier, R&D leader for The Running Clinic, will discuss with Manuela Besomi, also from The Running Clinic's research team, focussing on the clinical relevance of a very recent randomized controlled trial:
2021-Habets et al. No Difference in Clinical Effects When Comparing Alfredson Eccentric and Silbernagel Combined Concentric-Eccentric Loading in Achilles Tendinopathy: A Randomized Controlled Trial. Orthopaedic Journal of Sports Medicine.
The article is available in open access, so we invite you to download and read it before the webinar, to maximize what you can get out of your participation.
Enjoy your reading, and we look forward to chatting with you!
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