Finding and using research evidence: A guide for citizens

Knowing how to find and use the best available research evidence will better equip citizens and patients to make informed decisions about their health, and to effectively advocate for health system changes. This webinar describes the most commonly cited frustrations people have when trying to access research evidence, and provides solutions to overcome these frustrations.

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The McMaster Health Forum is pleased to provide four opportunities to attend this webinar:

  • Wednesday 21 March, 12:00pm to 1:00pm (English) - completed
  • Wednesday 18 April, 2:30pm to 3:30pm (English) - completed
  • Wednesday 16 May, 12:00pm to 1:00pm (French) - inscrivez-vous
  • Wednesday 23 May, 12:00pm to 1:00pm (English) - register


  • James McKinlay, Senior Lead, Programs, McMaster Health Forum (English webinars)
  • François-Pierre Gauvin, Senior Scientific Lead, Citizen Engagement and Evidence Curation (French webinar)

This webinar, prepared by the McMaster Health Forum and supported by the Ontario SPOR SUPPORT Unit, was developed as a guide to help citizens, patients, and caregivers to find and make use of the best available research evidence.