The power of pictures: a case study of using pictures to change clinical practice on managing CVD risk

Part of the Inside Evidence-Based Health Care series, providing an insight into Oxford University’s part-time postgraduate programme in Evidence-Based Health Care.

Rod Jackson is Professor of Epidemiology in the Section of Epidemiology and Biostatistics at the University of Auckland’s School of Population Health. He is director of EPID, which undertakes research and teaching in evidence-based practice, health informatics and quality improvement for healthcare services. He is one of the architects of New Zealand’s risk-based clinical guidelines for managing CVD risk, and is a tutor on the Teaching Evidence-Based Practice short course.