These are designed for patients, the public, healthcare professionals, students and more, who want to learn about systematic reviews and the main steps involved in producing a review. These modules can be used in teaching and for public and patient involvement – they are free to use, just credit us and let us know that you are using them*.
By better understanding what trusted healthcare evidence is, we can make better healthcare decisions.
Below, you will find the modules for “Key Steps in a Systematic Review”. These modules were co-produced by Cochrane Crowd, Cochrane Ireland and PPI Partner Theresa Tierney.
*A systematic review is a type of evidence synthesis that brings together information from multiple studies to help answer a clear question. It uses systematic and specific methods to identify, select and quality assess included studies, followed by the collection and analysis of information. Learn more with this video.