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This three-day workshop is designed for new authors starting a Cochrane systematic review. A mixture of presentations and hands-on sessions will give you an overview of all the methods required to write your protocol and get started on the review.
posted on: 19 Dec 2014 - 01:13
Dates: 17/18 March - 14/15 April 2015Four day-long face-to-face workshops taking place at the UCL Institute of Education, University College LondonThis course will enable you to conduct and appraise systematic reviews. On successful completion of the course, you will be familiar with the strengths...
posted on: 7 Apr 2014 - 11:28
CASP aims to spread critical appraisal skills training to as many people as possible.
posted on: 6 Jan 2015 - 16:51
Basic course for authors of clinical guidelines, HTA reports or systematic reviewsWorkshop language is German.Objectives:- To understand the basic principles of GRADE methodology, to understand the steps of critical appraisal of evidence and the impact of quality of evidence on the strength of the...
posted on: 16 Dec 2014 - 09:13
For health care professionals who use the GRADE system or health care professionals who have already attended the basic GRADE workshop.Course language is German.Prerequisites:- To understand publications in English.- Basic knowledge of critical appraisal of clinical trials.- Personal laptop to work...
posted on: 16 Dec 2014 - 09:15

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