The JBI Comprehensive Systematic Review Training Program enables participants to learn how to conduct robust systematic reviews of different evidence types in order to provide the strongest possible evidence to inform decision making or clinical guidelines in health care.
We invite you to participate in the world-class systematic review training program, which incorporates both theory and hands-on experience. Throughout the program, you will learn how to develop a focused question, search for relevant literature, appraise and synthesize evidence arising from research. By the end of the program, you will have a completed protocol and be ready to commence your review!
Introduction: $500 (must take before you move on to the subsequent modules)
Quantitative Systematic Reviews: $500 ($750 for Introduction and Quantitative)
Qualitative Systematic Reviews: $500 ($750 for Introduction and Qualitative)
Complete Course: Introduction, Quantitative & Qualitative: $1250
The JBI Comprehensive Systematic Review Training Program is a one, three- or five-day program depending on your research needs or areas of interest.
Introduction to Evidence-based Health Care and the Systematic Review of Evidence (day 1) August 29
Course program: Learn about the origins and history of evidence-based health care, the work of JBI, evidence-based health care today, the importance of systematic reviews, creating systematic review protocols and key material regarding searching the literature.
The Systematic Review of Quantitative Evidence (day 2 and 3) August 30-31
Course program: Learn about common research designs such as randomized controlled trials, how to critically appraise research, identify important sources of bias in research, introduction to statistics in evidence-based health care, learn when and how to conduct meta-analysis. Introduction is a pre-requisite for this Quantitative Review program.
The Systematic Review of Evidence Generated by Qualitative Research, Narrative and Text (day 4) September 1-2
Course program: Learn about the importance of qualitative research in health care, common qualitative research designs such as phenomenology and ethnography, how to critically appraise qualitative research, identify different methods for synthesizing qualitative research and learn when and how to perform a meta-aggregation or meta-synthesis of qualitative research. Introduction is a pre-requisite for this Qualitative Review program.
For the safety of our patients, families and employees, Lurie Children's has visitor COVID-19 protocols that you will be required to comply with. This includes masking at all times and proof of vaccination. Any symptomatic persons are unable to attend. You will be required to complete a screening form the morning of each day that you attend. See the screening form (this will be emailed to you as well).