Systematic reviews

The Knowledge Centre for Health Ghent offers a variety of training on performing, writing and publication of systematic reviews (and other review types).

Join these sessions to learn more about different types of reviews and to discover which tools you can implement to facilitate the (systematic) review process.

In the KCGG training module you will find training on the different steps in performing a high-quality, methodologically sound and reliable systematic review. For example protocol development and registration, literature search, selection of studies, data extraction and management, quality assessment, data synthesis (including meta-analysis), writing and publication.


Registration is possible via the link on the page of a specific session. You may then be directed to the pages of the Doctoral Schools (cf. Specialist Course).


The sessions are organised either in Dutch or English, depending on a few elements. You will find the language of the sessions in the description of a specific page of an event. Are you interested in a workshop in a different language? Then please do get in touch with us.

For questions or suggestions, please get in touch with us via

Program 2023

Presentations of past activities

Presentations and video recordings are available through Ufora. (Not all sessions will be recorded.) If you have problems accessing the specific page on Ufora, you should register.