Systematic reviews series introduces systematic reviews structures and methodology (part 1), systematic approach (part 2) and managing citations and reporting the search (part 3 - this workshop).
Delivered in three parts over three consecutive days, participants can enrol in one or, ideally, all three sessions. The workshops will cover the following:
Part 3: Managing citations and PRISMA report - 19 September (this session)
This session will focus on:
Part 1: Systematic reviews methodology - 17 September (click here to enrol)
This workshop will present reviews methodology, planning a review protocol and introduces the sources to register the protocol.
Part 2: Systematic literature searching - 18 September (click here to enrol)
Designing a highly sensitive search strategy is the foundation of a systematic review. The methodology of systematic searching can be used by researches in any discipline to minimise bias in their literature searching. At the heart of this methodology is a comprehensive, sensitive search to uncover as much of the existing body of research on a topic as possible. This workshop will present a reliable and reproducible method for planning and conducting the search within multiple databases.
BYO devise is optional for all sessions.
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