How and why to undertake a systematic review ONLINE
Monday, 22 June 2020, 9.30am to 11am
COURSE FULL This online course is for MSD researchers and covers the principles of performing a systematic review and meta-analysis.
This online interactive session for MSD DPhil students and early career researchers outlines the key principles of how to perform a systematic review and the basic principles of meta-analysis. It will provide a basic introduction to systematic reviews and meta-analysis. Topics covered include:
- What is a systematic review and why do we need them?
- Overview of the process of conducting a systematic review
- Understanding the basic principles of how to develop a systematic review protocol
- What is a meta-analysis?
- Understanding the basic principles of how the results are displayed and interpreted.
Please note: this online version of the course is scaled down so it might not be possible to cover all topics listed.
- Find out what a systematic review is and why they are needed
- Learn about the process of conducting a systematic review
- Understand the basic principles of how to develop a systematic review protocol
- Learn about meta-analysis
- Understand the basic principles of how results are displayed and interpreted
You will need a good internet connection and uninterrupted time and be logged in via SSO to join the session.
This course has an automated communications workflow so all booking confirmation and reminder emails will be send directly from the booking system, AccessPlanIT (also known as CoSY). Please check these haven't gone into your junk or spam folders as you will need to act on the information provided.
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