Systematic Review course
An intensive course to introduce you to the necessary skills to complete a systematic review.
Develop an understanding of the systematic review process through this practical and highly interactive course, with a range of discussion, group and hands-on sessions.
There are currently no upcoming dates available for this course, but you can register your interest. We will provide an update here when a new course date is scheduled.
This is a virtual course which will comprise of 5 half-day sessions (mornings) that will be tutor led. There will be lots of breaks scheduled and plenty opportunities for independent study during the afternoons, as well as optional 1:1 tutor support.
Participants come to the course with a research topic and leave with a draft protocol for their systematic review.
Who is it for
- Healthcare professionals
- Postgraduate healthcare researchers
- Policy makers
- Librarians and information professionals
This course will cover:
- introduction to systematic reviews and other types of evidence synthesis
- developing a protocol
- literature searching and selection of studies
- critical appraisal of quantitative and qualitative research
- extracting data – developing/adapting forms
- meta-analysis or narrative synthesis
- reporting and dissemination of evidence syntheses.
Find out more
Learn more about this course, including the key aspects covered, course presenters and book your place.
For more information on the course programme and to register your interest in any future course.