University of Oxford Course on Systematic Reviews and Meta-Analyses
Thursday 28 January - Friday 29 January£600
This online course is open to anyone, but it is specifically designed for psychiatrists, psychologists, mental health professionals, mental health pharmacists and neuroscientists with an interest in evidence synthesis and evidence-based practice.
Featuring an engaging programme of lectures, hands-on tutorials, group discussions and supervised statistical sessions on systematic reviews and meta-analyses of RCTs.
New format! This 2+1 Day Course, includes two teaching days, plus an engaging virtual networking session, followed by a feedback day entirely dedicated to discussion of delegates’ projects and how to publish them.
Course Director:Andrea Cipriani
Tutors: Anneka Tomlinson, Franco De Crescenzo, Edoardo Ostinelli
Course Coordinator:Katherine Stevens
Course dates: 28 and 29 January 2021 + 5 March 2021
2 Days Standard £500
2 Days PhD Students, NHS trust and university employees £450
3 Days Standard £600
3 Days PhD students, NHS trust and university employees £550
Day 1: Protocol, Search Strategy, Basic Concepts on Statistical Analysis of RCTs, Study Selection, Risk of Bias, Reporting of Results (PRISMA Guidelines).
Day 2: Performing a meta-analysis (theory and practice with Review Manager and STATA), Paper Submission.
Day 3: An opportunity for delegates to present their projects for constructive feedback from the Course Director, tutors and peers, and see the work of others. Slots are a maximum of 30 minutes, available for sign up on registration.