The ScHARR short Course Unit are running a three day course on Evidence Synthesis of Qualitative Research in Europe (ESQUIRE)
Tue 11th - Thu 13th September 2018
Course overview: The course will follow the systematic review process as it applies, and is adapted to, qualitative evidence synthesis. The Programme Faculty will take participants through the stages of defining and exploring scope, conducting the literature searches, quality assessing studies for inclusion, synthesising data and writing up and presenting the product of the synthesis. Participants will be provided with practical experience of key stages in the review process.The course will be led by members of the Cochrane Qualitative Research Methods Group.
Who will benefit from this course? No formal experience is required, working knowledge of standard systematic review methods or a background in qualitative research methods will be an advantage, but not essential.Qualitative Researchers who want to learn how to synthesise qualitative researchSystematic Reviewers who want to learn how to translate synthesis methods to qualitative data.
New researchers who want to develop evidence synthesis/systematic reviewQualitative systematic reviewers who want to update and extend their skills and knowledgePlease note there is a discounted fee for bookings confirmed before 2nd July 2018.
Link to further course informationhttps://www.sheffield.ac.uk/scharr/shortcourseunit/esquire2018
Link to our online booking storehttps://onlineshop.shef.ac.uk/conferences-events/faculty-of-medicine-dentistry-and-health/school-of-health-and-related-research-scharr