12 November 2019
Introduction to Systematic Reviews in Health
|Organised by||SHTAC, University of Southampton|
|Presenter||Dr Jonathan Shepherd & Dr Jo Picot|
|Venue||Chilworth Manor Hotel, Southampton|
|Map||View in Google Maps (SO16 7NS)|
|Contact||Angela Vincent 02380 592123
|Description||Based at the University of Southampton, Southampton HTA Centre are able to provide an introductory overview of all aspects of systematic reviewing in health.
If you are planning a systematic review or use them in your work or research, this course is for you.
Courses are designed for health professionals, academics & decision makers with an understanding of health and related research.
Outline of the day:
· What is a systematic review?
· Scoping the research question
· Literature searching
· Inclusion/exclusion screening
· Data extraction & critical appraisal
· Data synthesis
Feedback from our 2018 participants:
Excellent well planned and executed course which introduces the topic well”
” A clear and in depth breakdown of the systematic review process. This is the first time that I’ve fully understood how to carry out a systematic review correctly. 10 out of 10. I cannot recommend the course enough.”
” Great informative course, helpful for anyone interested in writing SRs or will have to use them for practice.”
” Really helpful day much better than the books on this subject as can discuss difficult areas in person.”
” A lot covered in a day course. Useful for conducting reviews.”
” This course will have a significant impact on my day-to-day research activities.”
|Level||Entry (no or almost no prior knowledge)|
|Website and registration|
|Keywords||Systematic Review, Research and Project Management, Researching Literature, Literature reviews, Research Skills, Communication and Dissemination (other)|
|Related publications and presentations||Systematic Review
Research and Project Management
Research Skills, Communication and Dissemination (other)