Introduction to Systematic Reviews
This workshop will be held over four mornings and provides authors at the beginning of the systematic review process, with an in-depth understanding of how reviews are structured. It offers
This workshop will be held over four mornings and provides authors at the beginning of the systematic review process, with an in-depth understanding of how reviews are structured. It offers an insight into the development of a protocol, introducing participants to methodology, search methods, data extraction and meta-analysis. This workshop also includes an introduction to RevMan software and its use during protocol development.
Date: 29th & 30th September, 6th & 7th October 2022
Time: 10.00 am – 1.00 pm
Places: 30 available for individuals who are resident on the island of Ireland
Skill level: Introductory
Target Audience: Healthcare professionals, academics, researchers, decision-makers and Evidence Synthesis Ireland fellows who have identified a review topic and are ready to begin working on their protocol.
Prerequisites: Have a basic knowledge of health research. Are interested in learning more on the methodology of a review. Participants are requested to install the RevMan software.
Teaching strategies: The workshop will consist of a mixture of short presentations, led by members of the Cochrane Ireland teaching faculty covering each of the stages of developing a systematic review protocol, small group activities and plenary discussions, providing participants with the opportunity to develop and refine their protocol. This course will include blended learning with two months free access to Cochrane Interactive Learning self-directed learning modules, a number of which will be required study prior to the workshop
Prof Anne Matthews, School of Nursing, Psychotherapy and Community Health, Dublin City University.
Prof Veronica Lambert, School of Nursing, Psychotherapy and Community Health, Dublin City University.
September 29 (Thursday) 10:00 am - October 7 (Friday) 1:00 pm Irish Standard Time, UTC +1