Download powerpoint We found more than one meta-analysis of randomised controlled trials for 10 outcomes: For half of the outcomes, agreement existed between the meta-analyses on the direction, magnitude, and statistical significance of the effect.
The workshop provides authors with a comprehensive overview of the methods required to write a protocol and get started on the review.
The workshop is suitable for people with little or no experience in systematic reviews who have identified a topic and are either already working on or are about to start working on a review. What will I achieve? By the end of the workshop you should: Workshops contain a mixture of presentations and hands-on sessions.
Copies of presentations are provided. Participants require a laptop with Review Manager Software for the practical RevMan training session. Review Manager Software can be downloaded free at: Participant numbers are restricted to a maximum of How often are workshops run?
Introductory workshops are usually run around five times a year in different cities. Click here to see the schedule. How much does it cost? This workshop is provided free of charge to Cochrane authors thanks to the Centre's core funding from the Australian Government through the National Health and Medical Research Council.
How do I register?
Click here to see the schedule and register online. Cochrane and non-Cochrane authors register using the same online system. Note for Cochrane authors only: Cochrane authors should have identified the topic for their review and registered the title or be in the process of registering with a Cochrane Review Group.Writing a Systematic Literature Review: Resources for Students Write a brief protocol according to guidelines for systematic reviews (e.g.
PRISMA or Cochrane) 3. Talk with a librarian once you have a draft protocol Title 1 Identify the report as a systematic review, meta-analysis, or both.
ABSTRACT. This Handbook outlines in detail Cochrane's methods for conducting systematic reviews of interventions, including planning, literature searching, assessing bias. Methods. We did a systematic review and network meta-analysis.
We searched Cochrane Central Register of Controlled Trials, CINAHL, Embase, LILACS database, MEDLINE, MEDLINE In-Process, PsycINFO, the websites of regulatory agencies, and international registers for published and unpublished, double-blind, randomised .
Day 2 continues with a risk of bias practical, an introduction to meta-analysis and the common data types encountered in systematic reviews, and how to use Cochrane’s review support and authoring tools (RevMan and Covidence).
How to Write a Systematic Review In the hierarchy of studies meta-analysis and sys-tematic reviews occupy the highest levels. A systematic re-view of a clinical question can be performed by following a Steps in Writing a Systematic Review Research Question.
Reviews published with the Cochrane Collaboration do not need to be identified as such, but reviews published in other sources should also indicate in the title that they represent a systematic review .