Did you know that a quality systematic review can take nine months to two years to complete and requires a team? A typical systematic review team may include, but is not limited to, a biostatistician, informationist, content expert and methodologist.
Our “So You Want to Do a Systematic Review” class will help to demystify the competencies and procedures needed to conduct a successful systematic review and guide you to distinguish the differences between this type of review and others.
This session is great for anyone looking to conduct a systematic review for the first time and/or considering undertaking one as part of an educational program or for publication in a journal.
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