Systematic Review Workshop
Dr Nancy Santesso, Deputy Director, Cochrane Canada

Room 329, St. Andrew’s College at University of Saskatchewan
Friday November 2– Saturday November 3, 2018, 8 AM – 5 PM both days

Please note – this workshop is now full. 

This is a hands-on two day interactive course to learn about and practice how to conduct systematic reviews. This course will take you through the critical steps needed to perform a rigorous systematic review using methods developed by the Cochrane Collaboration and the GRADE Working Group. Learn from experts about searching for studies, extracting data and analyzing results, assessing evidence, and interpreting results; and then apply to examples. We will focus on systematic reviews of interventions (including randomized and non-randomized studies) but also discuss the use of the the methods for other reviews, such as diagnostic test accuracy or prognostic reviews.

Lunch will be provided.

If you have registered but your plans have changed and you cannot attend, please inform us so we can give your place away to someone else.

Dr Nancy Santesso is Assistant Professor in the Department of Health Research Methods, Evidence and Impact at McMaster University and a Registered Dietitian. She is the Deputy Director of Cochrane Canada, a member of the Governing Board of the Cochrane Collaboration, editor of the Cochrane Consumers and Communication Review Group and member of the GRADE Working Group. She teaches the systematic review course at McMaster University and many workshops throughout the year to faculty, students, and people interested in performing systematic reviews, in particular for guideline development.