8-11 April 2019 - Conducting a systematic review: a practical guide, Cardiff, UK

Specialist Unit for Review Evidence (SURE), Heath Park Campus, Cardiff

Course fee: £750 (Reduced fee of £650 available for Cardiff University staff/students)

Course objectives

An intensive four-day course to give you the necessary skills to complete a systematic review.

• Introduction to systematic reviewing and developing a protocol
• Literature searching and selection of studies
• Critically appraising quantitative and qualitative data
• Extracting data
• Meta-analysis or narrative synthesis
• Reportin

Interactive skill development

Participants come to the course with a research topic and leave with a draft protocol for their systematic review.
Study Methods
•Small group teaching
•Interactive tutorials
•Hands-on practical work
•Group work

Target audience

The course will appeal to all those interested in undertaking a systematic review. It is of particular relevance to those with a healthcare background.

• Postgraduate researchers
• Healthcare professionals
• Information specialists and librarians
• Policymakers


Cardiff University’s specialist team has extensive experience of undertaking reviews and teaching evidence-based methodologies.

For further information click here, or contact SURE: [email protected]

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