POGP Journal webinars
The POGP journal team would like to introduce you to this webinar series focusing on research methodology. Do you find research papers hard to follow or understand? Are you unsure how to fully understand what the methods section is telling you? Then this series is for you! Come join Chair of the Journal Committee, Gráinne Donnelly, who will host APTA memeber and research methods expert, Dr Jenny LaCross.
This series is free to access for POGP members and pay to access for non-members.
Jenny LaCross PT, DPT, PhD(c), ATC, CLT (she/her) will complete her doctorate in physical therapy at Texas Woman’s University in June 2023. She is a board-certified clinical specialist in women’s health physical therapy and works as adjunct faculty for South College and University of Michigan-Flint in their respective clinical doctorate of physical therapy programs. Upon completion of her PhD, she will begin a postdoctoral research fellowship at University of Michigan-Ann Arbor with the pelvic floor research group. As a clinician scientist, Jenny understands the difficulty of translating research to practice and aims to help other clinicians bridge this gap and elevate care delivery. Please address all correspondence to firstname.lastname@example.org
How clinicians should interpret p-values, 95% confidence intervals, and effect sizes.
Dr Jenny LaCross is back to teach part 2 of Understanding Research Methodology series.
This webinar will focus on helping clinicians develop their understanding and ability to interpret p-values, confidence intervals and effect sizes. This is for all clinicians at any level of their career and open to clinicians from specialities outside of pelvic health.
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All the previous webinars are available on demand for members here