University of Minnesota
Philipp Dahm is currently Professor of Urology at the University of Minnesota (UMN) and Director of Research for Surgery/Specialty Services at the Minneapolis Veterans Administration Health Care System. Dr. Dahm completed his residency training at Duke University in Durham, NC where he subsequently joined the faculty (2002-2006) and completed a Master of Health Sciences in Clinical Research (2006). From 2006 – 2014, he was Associate Professor and Associate Residency Program Director in the Department of Urology at the University of Florida (UF) in Gainesville, Florida; in later years (2012-2014) Professor and Residency Program Director before moving to the Twin Cities.
Dr. Dahm has a longstanding interest in evidence-based clinical practice, which he seeks to promote through education, research and knowledge translation. He has served as faculty member of renown workshops on how to teach EBM at Duke University, McMaster University and Oxford University. His research focus lies in systematic reviews and meta-analysis, as well as related methodological research and guideline development and he has published extensively on the methodological reporting quality of urological research. He is also the editor of the book Evidence-Based Urology, which was recently published in its second edition.
Dr. Dahm serves as Coordinating Editor for Cochrane Urology, which is housed at the Minneapolis VAMC and the UMN Department of Urology. He is also a longstanding member of the GRADE Working Group, which is an organization that has developed a framework for rating the quality of evidence and moving from evidence to decisions that is now used by over 100 organizations worldwide. He is a founding member of the US GRADE Network that promotes GRADE in the US and offers biannual training workshop for systematic review authors and guideline developers.
Saturday, May 4
9:30 AM – 11:30 AM