The following training courses are available for March and April 2012:
This new workshop provides an opportunity to learn new techniques in developing search strategies, and to discuss best approaches, share insights and to assess variations in current best practice.
Webinar: Scoping a Cochrane review question
13 March 2012, Online
For those just starting out in doing a Cochrane review, this one hour session will look at how to develop the scope of your review.
Introduction to writing a Cochrane systematic review – Melbourne, VIC, Australia
14-16 March 2012, Melbourne, Australia
A three day workshop designed for new authors starting a Cochrane review. A mixture of presentations and hands-on sessions will be on offer to help you get started on the review.
Workshop systematic reviews in medicine
22-24 March 2012, Freiburg, Germany
An introduction to systematic reviews where participants can gain insight into their background and role in evidence-based medicine.
Advanced GRADE workshop – grading evidence and recommendation
23-24 March 2012, Freiburg, Germany
A workshop to help participants gain an understanding of the GRADE methodology and the software for the creation of evidence profiles.
GRADE workshop – grading evidence and recommendations
23-24 March, Freiburg, Germany
At the close of the workshop, participants will understand the basic principles of GRADE methodology, have a basic understanding of the GRADE software, and how it provides an appropriate approach to decision making.
Research methods training in complementary and integrative medicine
29 March – 1 April, Baltimore, USA
This course will provide skills in critical appraisal, and foster international networking among participants. There will be small-group teaching and hands-on practical work, as well as group work.
Workshop on Systematic Literature Searching
24-25 April, Krems, Austria
The aim of this workshop is to give sound theoretical and practical knowledge of systematic searching of the medical literature.