Workshop on Developing a Cochrane Systematic Review

Workshop on How to Conduct a Systematic Review 

We are hosting three upcoming virtual workshops on how to conduct a systematic review. Please note the time zone for each workshop.

Workshop co-hosted with Montefiore Medical Center (AGENDA)

DAY 1: Tuesday, September 21, 2021     6:00PM-8:00PM Eastern Time
DAY 2: Thursday, September 30, 2021    
6:00PM-8:00PM Eastern Time

Workshop co-hosted with University of Arizona (AGENDA)

DAY 1: Friday, October 29, 2021      9:00AM-11:00AM Mountain Standard Time (12:00PM-2:00PM Eastern Time)
DAY 2: Friday, November 5, 2021    
9:00AM-11:00AM Mountain Standard Time (12:00PM-2:00PM Eastern Time)

Workshop co-hosted with University of California, Los Angeles (Agenda forthcoming)

DAY 1: Thursday, January 27, 2022      6:00PM-8:00PM Pacific Standard Time
DAY 2: Thursday, February 3, 2022    6
:00PM-8:00PM Pacific Standard Time

Registration is now open! Register HERE
 

Pre-recorded sessions and workshop sessions are now uploaded (see left sidebar).

This intensive, 2-day hybrid workshop hosted by Cochrane Eyes and Vision U.S. will guide participants through steps of developing a systematic review using the latest Cochrane methodology. It will offer pre-recorded and live hands-on sessions, providing plenty of opportunities to apply the methods and interact with the faculty. The workshop will be led by a team who has extensive expertise in conducting systematic reviews and in leading the development of methods to improve systematic reviews. Cochrane Eyes and Vision review authors who have a registered title, protocol, or review in The Cochrane Library are highly encouraged to attend. Registration fees are $50.

Thank you to our sponsor, the National Eye Institute (UG 1 EY020522)!

Objectives:

  • Describe the essential steps of conducting a systematic review
  • Developing an answerable question using the PICO framework
  • Gain familiarity with the tool for assessing risk of bias in randomized trials
  • Describe the process used to collect and extract data from reports of primary studies
  • Describe the process of analyzing, presenting, and interpreting the results of meta-analyses
  • Enter and analyze data for a systematic review using the Cochrane’s RevMan software
  • Identify and resolve questions and challenges encountered during the completion of a systematic review
Questions?
Contact: Genie Han, ghan14@jhu.edu