‘Systematic review and meta-analysis in action’ workshop

The ‘Systematic review and meta-analysis in action’ workshop is an intensive 1-day workshop that will introduce the key principles of systematic review and meta-analysis of published research.

Delivered through presentations and exercises, the workshop will give participants the basic skills to design and perform a systematic review of randomised controlled trials. 

Dates and booking details

Courses run from 9.30am-4.30pm each day.

  • Location: London, venue TBC

Discounts are available if booked with the 'Introduction to critical appraisal' workshop. To book a place on an advertised course, go to the course page you wish to attend. 

All the tutors were excellent and so was the practical session

Dr Abdullah Al-Mohammad

What you will learn

Some of the things this 1-day workshop will cover is: for full details click on date (below) you wish to attend.

  • what is a systematic review and what is a meta-analysis
  • drafting a systematic review protocol
  • meta-analysis of intervention studies (including practical exercise)
  • systematic reviews and change in clinical practice – including an overview of the NICE process.

Aims

By the end of the workshop, participants should be able to:

  • explain what a systematic review is and when it should be undertaken
  • develop a focused systematic review question and draft a review protocol
  • demonstrate basic skills in searching for and identifying evidence to answer a specific question
  • perform a meta-analysis of data from intervention studies
  • understand how systematic reviews may be used to inform changes in clinical practice. 

Who should apply

All healthcare professionals (multi-disciplinary) and all specialities.

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CPD