Conducting a Systematic Review: a practical guide - reduced fee
The aim of the course is to equip participants with an understanding of the systematic review process and an introduction to the skills necessary to conduct a review.
The course is practical and highly interactive with a range of discussion, group and hands-on sessions. It is envisaged that participants will come to the course with a research topic and leave with a draft protocol for their systematic review.
Who it’s for
This course is tailored to:
- postgraduate healthcare researchers
- healthcare professionals
- policy makers
- information specialists and librarians.
What you’ll learn
By the end of the course, you should be able to:
- develop a focused question
- identify the evidence to answer that question
- assess the quality/validity of the identified evidence
- decide what form of evidence synthesis is most appropriate
- present and tabulate results
- present the result to meet the needs of clinicians and other researchers
- develop a strategy to publicise the results.
- steps to developing a focused research question
- identifying the literature
- selecting, appraising and extracting studies
- meta-analysis or narrative synthesis
- report writing and dissemination.
- interactive skills development
- come with a topic
- leave with an outline protocol
- tutors with extensive systemic review experience.