Date: 17th July 2013
Time: 8.45am – 5.30pm
Location: Princeton Room, Bond University, Building 6
This workshop provides an introduction to systematic reviews, aimed at clinicians who want to understand how to use a systematic review in their practice.
It covers the basic 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
Professor Paul Glasziou, Professor Chris Del Mar, Associate Professor Tammy Hoffmann, Professor Jenny Doust, Associate Professor Elaine Beller and Sarah Thorning
Cost: Registrations – General $300.00, Bond Staff $150, Bond Students $150 – click to register
Any questions? Please contact:
Assistant Professor Chrissy Erueti firstname.lastname@example.org Phone +61 7 5595 4482