Activity: Professional Development, Mentorship, Supervision and Other Activities › Internal Professional Development
This workshop provides an introduction to systematic reviews, aimed at clinicians and researchers who want to understand how to use and conduct a systematic review. It covers the structure of a systematic review, how to critically appraise the quality of a review, search strategies, and interpreting the results of a systematic review. No previous experience with systematic reviews is required.
Workshop Objectives 1. To understand the need for systematic (rather than unsystematic) reviews 2. To understand the advantages and dangers of meta-analysis 3. To be able to critically appraise a systematic review 4. To be able to interpret the different types of plots and statistical outputs of meta-analyses