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Joanna Briggs Institute Systematic Review Training

 

Up-to-date healthcare evidence is in high demand. Patients, clinicians, and policy makers need best practices to make informed decisions. Systematic reviews are critical to addressing this need.

The Joanna Briggs Institute Systematic Review Training is designed to teach the process and tools needed to conduct a systematic review of quantitative evidence – to help answer questions of effectiveness. This three-day intensive will be conducted on TCU’s campus by internationally trained systematic reviewers with experience in conducting systematic reviews of effectiveness.

Participants will leave the course with a developed systematic review question, information on best literature search practices, knowledge and tools to conduct critical appraisal of the literature and synthesis methods, including meta-analysis for conducting the systematic review.

This systematic review intensive is geared to the practicing clinician, researcher and policy-maker across all healthcare disciplines.

 

Introduction & Quantitative Systematic Review Modules

December 12, 2018:  Introduction Module – $375
December 13-14, 2018:  Quantitative Module* – $750

Sign up for all three days and both Modules – $1000

Any cancellations three weeks or less before the training start date are subject to a $150.00 administrative fee.

*Prerequisite: participant must have completed the Introduction Module prior to the Quantitative or Qualitative Modules.

 

Location

Texas Christian University
Brown Lupton University, Beck-Geren Room

Parking is Available at the Dee J. Kelly Alumni & Visitor’s Center. Directions can be found here.

Enrollment form and payment needed byDecember 1, 2018.

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