Introduction to Systematic Review

Monday 2 - 6 November 2015 - University of East Anglia, Norwich

This course will introduce delegates to the processes involved in designing, conducting, appraising and disseminating systematic reviews. It will be delivered by experienced systematic reviewers who have published internationally on various healthcare research synthesis projects.

Overview

Delegates will be encouraged to bring their own research ideas to the course. These will be developed throughout the taught programme and with discussion with faculty members, providing a tailored environment for delegates to produce an outline for their own systematic review protocol. The course is designed for both healthcare professionals with an interest in research as well as MSc and PhD students.
 

Learning Objectives

By the end of the course delegates will:
 
  • Understand and engage in the process needed to design, conduct and disseminate quantitative and qualitative paradigm systematic reviews.
  • Receive individual support to develop personal systematic review ideas, culminating in the outline of a research protocol.
  • Develop and re-enforce critical appraisal and evidence sourcing skills.
  • Inter-professional networking and group support in a nurturing environment.
  • Be provided with a platform to present students’ research ideas and receive faculty and peer-feedback tailored to personal projects.

 

How to Apply

The cost of this course is £1200 for residents and £995 for non-residents.
For further information, please contact us on 01603 597199 or email fmh.cpd@uea.ac.uk