Cochrane Belgium is pleased to announce that registration is open for our 3-day course on Cochrane Systematic Reviews of Interventions. This course will teach you all about the different steps to take in order to perform a high-quality, methodologically sound and reliable literature overview.
This hands-on course consists of plenary sessions and workshops on:
Participants get hands-on experience with all review steps. There is ample time to discuss individual problems of ongoing (Cochrane) review projects with the instructors.
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This course is aimed at healthcare professionals, PhD students and researchers who want to conduct a systematic review or evidence synthesis. The course is also relevant for healthcare professionals, guideline developers and policy makers who want to learn more about evidence synthesis and the methodology of a Cochrane review specifically.
This course focuses on the methodology for a Cochrane Systematic Review of Interventions, but many concepts are also relevant for other types of systematic reviews. This course is relevant for persons wishing to perform a non-Cochrane systematic review as well.
The course is open to participants at any stage of the review process, including those who:
- have the intention to write a Cochrane systematic review, i.e. have a research question but did not contact any Review Group yet,
- have registered a title of a Cochrane review and would like to start writing the protocol,
- are working on a protocol for a Cochrane review and need more in-depth knowledge,
- are conducting a review and need more training in certain parts of the review process.
Not sure whether this course is the right fit? Don’t hesitate to contact us at email@example.com with your questions.
Price: € 360 for 3 days, € 140 for one day
Dates: Tuesday October 11th, Wednesday October 12th and Thursday October 13th 2022
Location: Iers College (Janseniusstraat 1, 3000 Leuven, Belgium), every day from 9:00 - 16:45 (or 16.30) CEST.
If needed, we will switch to an online format. Teachers and participants will need to adhere to the then-current Coronavirus measures and regulations during the entire duration of the course.
Course materials will be sent to you by e-mail a few days before the start of the course. Catering for lunch and coffee breaks is included.
Participants are requested to bring their own laptop and to install the RevMan 5-software beforehand.
The course is taught in English.