About This Course
Systematic Reviews and Meta-Analyses
Systematic reviews and meta-analyses are crucial in synthesizing clinical research to determine the efficacy of an intervention. However, conducting high-quality systematic reviews and meta-analyses that have clinical impact on the field takes time and expertise.
Nature Research Academies has developed this workshop in ‘Systematic Reviews and Meta-Analyses’ for clinical researchers, to explain how to conduct a systematic review or a meta-analysis.
- 1-day workshops
- Available to institutions globally, to host on-site
- For up to 150 clinical researchers
- Types of reviews
- Searching and selecting studies
- Extracting data
- Presenting data
- Analyzing data
Detailed information of the modules have been shared in the dropdown.
150 Clinical Researchers
For Companies & Institutions
- Clinical Researchers
Types of reviews
1) Differences between literature review, systematic review and meta-analysis, 2) Strengths and weaknesses of systematic reviews and meta-analysis, 3) Ethical consideration: prior registration
Searching and selecting studies
1) Searching the white and grey literature, 2) The importance of exploring multiple databases, 3) Deciding the inclusion and exclusion criteria, 4)Duplicate publications
1) Using a standardized format, 2) Effect sizes and precision of estimates
1) Summarizing data using a forest plot, 2) Estimating publication bias using a funnel plot, 3) Alternatives to forest plot and funnel plot
1) Random effect vs. fixed effect analysis models, 2) Evaluating heterogeneity between studies, 3) Rating the quality of evidence