Systematic Review Workshop
Improve your team's intervention review skills and ability to assess the existing evidence on your organization’s next clinical inquiry!
This virtual-only course will cover systematic review methodologies and critical appraisal skills. This multi-disciplinary course is suitable for individuals working in the health and social science areas who are considering or planning to conduct a systematic review of intervention studies. This course is an important step before embarking on a new research study and no prior experience in conducting systematic reviews is necessary! The course will examine the key components of systematic reviews using the Cochrane Collaboration methodology and will include lectures, group discussions and practical exercises, such as facilitated time to begin developing a systematic review topic.
Upcoming 2024 programs, available in two formats:
- Virtual Synchronous: February 27 & 29, (08:30 AM ET start time)
- Virtual Synchronous and Asynchronous: July 2024, additional information coming soon
- additional event dates coming soon!
Virtual Synchronous: Participants are required to attend the program virtually for approximately 8.5 hours on both days of the workshop. A 1-day break with optional Q&A session is scheduled between the workshop days. All content and skills building activities will be covered virtually via synchronous zoom sessions during the two workshop days.
Virtual Synchronous and Asynchronous: Over approximately three weeks, participants will be required to watch asynchronous recorded lectures and participate in some asynchronous online activities. In addition, they will also be required to attend three live synchronous virtual sessions interspersed across those weeks. Session 1 and session 2 are one-hour Zoom sessions. Session 3 is a 5-hour Zoom session that will include additional presentations and activities. Session 1 will be held towards the end of week 1 of the program, session 2 at the end of week 2 and session 3 at the end of week 3.