Conducting and publishing a systematic review and meta-analysis (5 half days) (NL)

Online course via Microsoft Teams

The Specialist Course “Conducting and publishing a systematic review and meta-analysis” is a Specialist course part of the Doctoral training programme given by the Knowledge Centre for Health Ghent and the Biostatistics Unit, with the support of the Flemish Government and the Doctoral Schools of Ghent University. Target group Since it is an interactive workshop [...]

Search strategy for a systematic review: workshop

Online course via Microsoft Teams

With a systematic review, you aim to gather all the evidence about your research question. A sensitive search strategy for searching biomedical and/or multidisciplinary databases is essential. This workshop will teach you how to set up a search strategy and how to avoid pitfalls. Highly recommended for those conducting or supervising a systematic review. Format: [...]

Systematic review: risk of bias and quality assessment

Online course via Microsoft Teams

With a systematic review you aim to collect all evidence about your research question and to assess its quality. Thanks to this session, you will learn which tools to use for which type of systematic review and we will elaborate on the Cochrane Organization's Risk of Bias Tool and GRADE. Highly recommended for those conducting [...]

Conducting and publishing a systematic review and meta-analysis (5 half days) (ENG)

Online course via Microsoft Teams

The Specialist Course “Conducting and publishing a systematic review and meta-analysis” is a Specialist course part of the Doctoral training programme given by the Knowledge Centre for Health Ghent and the Biostatistics Unit, with the support of the Flemish Government and the Doctoral Schools of Ghent University. Target group Since it is an interactive workshop [...]

Systematisch zoeken naar wetenschappelijke literatuur

Online course via Microsoft Teams

Voel je je overweldigd door alle beschikbare informatie of kan je net niet genoeg wetenschappelijk onderbouwde informatie vinden? Het Kenniscentrum helpt je graag op weg. In deze basis Blits-informatiesessie geven we een overzicht van hoe je systematisch op zoek kan gaan naar wetenschappelijke literatuur. Inschrijven is mogelijk om een bevestigingsmail met Teams-link te ontvangen in [...]

Feedback op je zoekstrategie

Online course via Microsoft Teams

Twijfel je aan je zoekstrategie? Krijg je foutmeldingen bij het zoeken naar literatuur in biomedische databanken? Worden de te verwachte artikels niet gevonden met je sensitieve zoekstrategie? Of ervaar je andere problemen bij het zoeken naar wetenschappelijke literatuur? Tijdens deze online sessie kan je persoonlijke feedback krijgen en advies vragen over jouw zoekstrategie. Inschrijven en [...]

Rayyan.ai for systematic reviews

Online course via Microsoft Teams

Rayyan.ai for systematic reviews is a free Web tool developed for researchers creating a systematic review (or other form of evidence synthesis). This tool facilitates the screening process by title and abstract and the full text evaluation. Users of this tool indicate the ease of use, time savings, blinded screening and easy sharing of reasons [...]

Systematic review: risk of bias and quality assessment

Online course via Microsoft Teams

With a systematic review you aim to collect all evidence about your research question and to assess its quality. Thanks to this session, you will learn which tools to use for which type of systematic review and we will elaborate on the Cochrane Organization's Risk of Bias Tool and GRADE. Highly recommended for those conducting [...]

Conducting and publishing a systematic review and meta-analysis (5 half days) (NL)

Online course via Microsoft Teams

The Specialist Course “Conducting and publishing a systematic review and meta-analysis” is a Specialist course part of the Doctoral training programme given by the Knowledge Centre for Health Ghent and the Biostatistics Unit, with the support of the Flemish Government and the Doctoral Schools of Ghent University. Target group Since it is an interactive workshop [...]

GRADE (Grading of Recommendations, Assessment, Development and Evaluation) for interventions workshop

PC klas 1.1 (Campus UZ Gent) C. Heymanslaan 10 (1K3 Ingang 42), Gent, België

The GRADE approach describes the process of rating the quality of the best available evidence and developing health care recommendations developed by the international GRADE Working Group (www.gradeworkinggroup.org). Their aim was to develop a common, transparent and sensible approach to grading the quality (or certainty) of evidence and strength of recommendations in health care. The [...]