This workshop will provide an overview of systematic reviews (and meta-analyses) that are a reproducible, methodical and a rigorous approach to providing a collation of best evidence to inform decision-making in clinical practice. The use of checklists to evaluate the quality of systematic reviews will be discussed, and examples of poor and high quality reviews will be evaluated. Interpretation of systematic review quality and findings will be analysed, to inform your clinical decisions in striving to provide best possible care for individual patients. Chris Wright and Alison Rushton will guide you through this interactive workshop that will equip you with the understanding and resources to critically use systematic reviews to inform decisions within your daily practice.
Lecture Theatre 1, 52 Pritchatts Road,
University of Birmingham, Edgbaston, Birmingham, B15 2TT
Is this course accredited?
£49.00 per person
How to apply
Register for this course using your debit / credit card at our online shop
For further information, please contact David Oram or Kirstie McAra in the Centre for Professional Development
Tel: +44 (0)121 414 8606 / 8607