Faculty Information Exchange 2015-16: Systematic reviews 101

Tuesday January 19, 2016 12:00pm to 1:00pm
Library - Florence Partridge Rm 384


Led by Lee-Anne Ufholz, Regional Sales Manager, Wolters Kluwer Health

This information session is an introduction to systematic reviews with a focus on methods for developing a question and protocol, searching for evidence.

Research guidelines and tools for preparing systematic reviews (SR) are now widely available for reviews of clinical effectiveness, as well as summarizing, or analyzing information for a given body of literature.

Learning objectives of this session are:  1. Understand the framework for developing a research question; 2. Outline and describe the common elements that should be included within an SR protocol; 3. List common errors novices make when conducting systematic reviews (for example, errors with basic literature searching); 4. Identify relevant reporting guidelines; and 5. Understand the time commitment and resources required for a systematic review to be completed.

No reservation necessary. 

All welcome!
For more information 
contact Patti Minakis, ext. 56943

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