Systematic Review Course (HETI)

NSW Health Education and Training Institute (HETI) and HNE Health Libraries present this Systematic Review Course. The 10 sessions will step participants through the processes of systematic literature search, study selection, data extraction and writing up of a review for publication, or to inform policy or health service practice.

Intended for clinician and health service researchers, it may also be suitable for undergraduate or higher degree research students. Join Dr Kerith Duncanson (Rural Research Manager, HETI) and Angela Smith (Research Support Librarian, HNE Health Libraries) in this self-paced research skill development course.

If you would like to workshop your question please contact Kerith Duncanson or Angela Smith.


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Session 1: An introduction to the systematic review process
Session 2: Turning your idea into key concepts
Session 3: Organising your information
Session 4: Literature searching and reviewing
Session 5: Data extraction and screening
Session 6: Study quality and appraisal
Session 7: Writing up your review or report
Session 8: Writing up and sharing your review or report
Session 9: Sharing your review or report
Session 10: Research impact