Workshop: Advanced Topics in Systematic Reviews and Meta-Analysis


Workshop: Advanced Topics in Systematic Reviews and Meta-Analysis

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November 24, 2017, 09:00 to: 16:00
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Workshop: Advanced Topics in Systematic Reviews and Meta-Analysis

Team: Events, Training & News

November 24, 2017, 09:00 to: 16:00

Description


Choose One of these Three Workshop Opportunities in Advanced Topics in Systematic Reviews and Meta-Analysis on November 24th!

 

Title: Introduction to Network Meta-Analysis

Description:

A mix of didactic lectures and interactive discussion will be used.


Objectives:

  • To understand what a network meta-analysis (NMA) is, and the fundamental aspects to consider when preparing a systematic review incorporating a network meta-analysis.
  • To review available standard statistical methods and presentation styles of results of NMAs.

Costs:

Physicians, Faculty, Staff, Other Professionals: $50

Students: $25

To register for this workshop, please click here.


Instructor:

Rasheda Rabbani, PhD; Assistant Professor

 


 

Title: Introduction to Qualitative Reviews

Description:

A mix of didactic lectures, individual and group exercises and interactive discussion will be used.


Objectives:

At the end of this workshop, participants will be able:

1. To understand the value of qualitative systematic reviews and to become familiar with a variety of qualitative review methods

2. To understand the process of conducting a qualitative systematic review


Costs:

Physicians, Faculty, Staff, Other Professionals: $50

Students: $25

To register for this workshop, please click here.


Instructors:

Diane Cepanec, MA; Senior Research Manager

Lisa Demczuk, MLIS; Nursing Liaison Librarian

Kendra Rieger, RN, PhD; Assistant Professor

Roberta Woodgate, RN, PhD; Professor/ CIHR Chair

Lynda Balneaves, RN, PhD, Associate Professor

 


 

Title: Introduction to Systematic Review Literature Searching

Description:

A mix of didactic lectures, individual and group exercises and interactive discussion will be used.


Objectives:

This day-long, hands-on session builds on the general information presented in the Systematic Review Introductory Workshop on November 20th. At the end of this workshop participants will:

  • Have a better understanding of how bibliographic databases work, and understand how we can use that knowledge to obtain better search results
  • Be able to read and discuss complex literature search strategies with a professional librarian

Costs:

Physicians, Faculty, Staff, Other Professionals: $50

Students: $25

To register for this workshop, please click here.


Instructor:

Christine Nielson, MLIS; Knowledge Synthesis Librarian

 


 

For more information, please contact the Knowledge Synthesis Platform at Knowledge.Synthesis@umanitoba.ca

 

 

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