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.
- To understand the need for systematic (rather than unsystematic) reviews
- To understand the advantages and dangers of meta-analysis
- To be able to critically appraise a systematic review
- To be able to interpret the different types of plots and statistical outputs of meta-analyses
The workshop will include a mixture of brief talks and hands-on small group tutorials, with opportunities to work on your own review.
Registrations – General $350, Bond Staff and Students $250, GC Hospital Staff $250.
Please note that participants will need to bring their own laptop to this workshop.