Seminar "Cochrane Systematic Reviews: Practical and Methodological Issues”
“Cochrane Systematic Reviews: Practical and Methodological Issues”
February 3rd 2020, 10.00 – 16.45
Alexander Schmidt Centre conference rooms 0088/0089
The Biomeedikum building, University of Tartu
Ravila Street 19, Tartu
10.00–10.05 Address of Welcome
10.05–10.35 Introduction on Cochrane and Cochrane in the Nordic Countries
10.35–10.45 How to Register the Title of a Cochrane Review
10.45–11.15 Research Question and PICO (population/intervention/comparison/outcome)
11.15–11.30 Structure of the Protocol
11.30–11.45 Search Strategy
13.15–13.30 RevMan Web (the Cochrane tool to prepare the review)
13.30–14.30 Entering Data in RevMan Web: Working in Groups
14.30–14.45 Coffee break
14.45–15.30 Characteristics of Included Studies and Risk of Bias
15.30–16.00 Interpretation of Results and Meta-Analysis
16.00–16.20 GRADE and ‘Summary of Findings’ Tables
16.20–16.45 MAGICapp and GRADEpro
The Biomeedikum building of the Faculty of Medicine, University of Tartu is located at 3,2 km (45 min walking, 8 min driving) from the city centre (including the Central Bus Station), and at 2 km (25 min walking) from the Central Railway Station.
The Alexander Schmidt Centre is located on the 0 floor of the building. Signs in the lobby will guide participants to the workshop (room 0088/0089).
The workshop is supporeted by the Institute of Family Medicine and Public Health (University of Tartu, Estonia), and the Clinical Research Centre (National Centre of Translational and Clinical Research, Estonia).
About the workshop
• Registration deadline January 20th.
• It is recommended to sign up at https://archie.cochrane.org/ and, if possible, to complete module 1 of Cochrane interactive training on the methodology of systematic reviews at http://training.cochrane.org/interactivelearning. For one week, registered participants will also be provided access to the other 9 training modules, otherwise subject to a fee.
• The course is held by Karsten Juhl Jørgensen (Director of the Nordic Cochrane Centre), Lara Maxwell (Managing Editor of Cochrane Musculoskeletal), and Matteo Bruschettini (Director of Cochrane Sweden).
For additional information, contact kaja-triin.laisaar [ät] ut.ee.