12th April 2013
Whether you are conducting commissioned research, a review for your PhD, or surveying methodological developments in your discipline a major challenge is managing the logistics of the systematic review process. This short course draws on expertise from successfully conducting over 50 funded reviews for a variety of purposes and with a range of published outputs. The Course Team has developed tools for planning and costing systematic reviews for research and consultancy and has produced guidelines for managing the review process which will form the basis of this very practical and interactive workshop.
The ScHARR Systematic Review Course; Practical skills for undertaking reviews
17th to 19th July 2013
The aim of this three day course is to provide participants with an introduction to methods for conducting systematic reviews in health care. Sessions will be delivered by ScHARR staff experienced in systematic review methods. The course will be interactive and practical, with delivery of sessions based on lectures and individual and small group practical exercises.
You can find further information on our web pages.
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