HOW TO CONDUCT A PRECLINICAL ANIMAL SYSTEMATIC REVIEW & META-ANALYSIS (in Englisch)

Description

Through a mix of lectures and hands-on practical activities and tutorials, you will learn the major steps required to undertake a systematic review and meta-analysis of preclinical animal studies.

The course in Autumn 2020 is already fully booked, please contact us if you are interested in attending our next session (Alexandra Bannach-Brown, PhD).

You will:

  • Understand what a systematic review is and why to perform one.
  • Understand the components of a good research question.
  • Understand the components of a protocol.
  • Understand the importance of preregistering your protocol and where to register.
  • Learn how to develop an accurate systematic search strategy.
  • Learn how to screen records for inclusion against preset criteria.
  • Understand the steps required for data extraction including study design information and quantitative data.
  • Learn how to assess studies for risk of bias and reporting.
  • Learn how to conduct meta-analysis of effect size data using RevMan or R.
  • Understand how to report your completed systematic review.

Lecturers

Sarah McCann, PhD | QUEST Center for Transforming Biomedical Research, Berlin Institute of Health
Alexandra Bannach-Brown, PhD | QUEST Center for Transforming Biomedical Research, Berlin Institute of Health
Torsten Rackoll, PhD | QUEST Center for Transforming Biomedical Research, Berlin Institute of Health

For more information or to enquire about the next workshop, please contact: Alexandra Bannach-Brown, PhD

Date/Time

The course takes place in the autumn term 2020.
The dates will be:
October: 5,6
9am – 3pm

Registration

Fully booked.