2021 Systematic Review Workshop: (9-week program)

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Brisbane, QLD 4102

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In this course health care providers and researchers learn to systemically review evidence for health care practices and beliefs.

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In this course health care providers and researchers learn to systemically review evidence for health care practices and beliefs. The classes are beneficial for people commencing postgraduate research degrees, as review outcomes can be integrated into introductory arguments in a research thesis, and for clinicians who want to update their skills in reading and interpreting scientific literature. Participants learn to refine a clinical or research question, comprehensively search for relevant scientific literature and other information, evaluate research validity and quantify intervention effects, and summarise findings. Classes are small and interaction and discussion are encouraged. Primary care clinicians and researchers across health care professions will benefit from and enjoy this unit.

This course aims to:

  • Provide a structure opportunity for health care workers to develop research skills
  • Develop skills in research design and critical analysis of literature.
  • Develop skills relevant to publishing papers in peer reviewed journals.
  • Develop expert knowledge in the science and theories underpinning health care and clinical practices.

Please Note: This Systematic Review Workshop is an intensive workshop spread over 9 sessions. Please ensure that you attend all 9 sessions. Failure to do so will result in not being able to obtain a completion certificate.

For more information: https://cre-auscpctn.centre.uq.edu.au/event/845/systematic-review-workshop-2021

Workshop Presenters:

  • Professor Roslyn Boyd – Scientific Director QCPRRC, Faculty of Medicine, UQ
  • Dr Sue Brennan – Cochrane Australia, Monash University
  • Mark Chatfield – Biostatistician, QCPRRC, Faculty of Medicine, UQ
  • Dr Leanne Sakzewski - Senior Lecturer, NHMRC ECR, QCPRRC, Faculty of Medicine, UQ
  • Mr Lars Eriksson – Librarian, UQ Herston Medical Library
  • Mr David Honeywell - Librarian, CHRC, Mater Research, UQ
  • Dr Andrea Burgess – Research Fellow and Occupational Therapist, QCPRRC, Faculty of Medicine, UQ

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Please note - Once you've have made payment, please forward your payment confirmation email to auscpnetwork@uq.edu.au to confirm your registration.

Please do not hesitate to contact auscpnetwork@uq.edu.au if you have any questions. 

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Online - Zoom

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Brisbane, QLD 4102

Australia

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Organiser AusCP-CTN

Organiser of 2021 Systematic Review Workshop: (9-week program)

The Australasian Cerebral Palsy Clinical Trials Network (AusCP-CTN) is a Centre for Research Excellence (CRE) funded by the National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC; $2.49m over 5 years).  The AusCP-CTN CRE has a work plan to uplift earlier detection of cerebral palsy, fast track children to multi-site randomised clinical trials of new neuroprotectants and to develop and test new rehabilitation. Knowledge translation studies will ensure effective transfer to enhanced clinical practice. The CRE will overcome known barriers to implementation, developing international clinical practice guidelines guided by a consumer network. The changes in outcomes of children with CP due to the new clinical trials will be tested in Australian Cerebral Palsy Register (ACPR).

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