Popular when analysing clinical trials, systematic reviews are complex and analysis-driven pieces of research which are gaining popularity in all disciplines. On Researcher Live, Edanz and Researcher will be bringing you experts to talk about the how’s and why’s of systematic reviews. In the first event in the series, where we will discuss the following questions
- What are systematic literature reviews (SLRs)? Who uses them? Who can conduct them?
- How are SLRs performed? What are the key steps?
- What are the guidelines for conducting SLRs? How are SLRs evaluated for quality?
- What are evidence levels? Why are SLRs on top of the evidence level pyramid?
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Tim is Head of Statistics at the MSBase Registry, Assistant Professor at the department of Clinical Neuroscience at the Karolinska Institute and senior statistician at the Doherty and Burnet Institutes. He is also a practising medical doctor with particular interests in epidemiology, population and public health.,Dr Victor Popoola
Dr Popoola is a highly trained and experienced physician-epidemiologist with more than 12 years’ experience in clinical medicine, public health, design/implementation of epidemiological studies, statistical analysis employing quantitative, qualitative, and mixed methodology, and manuscript development for publication. He is currently working on his PhD dissertation on the use of PrEP for HIV prevention in sub-Saharan Africa. He is proficient in using multiple statistical software including Stata, SPSS, R, SAS, and NVivo.,Scott McCleary
Scott specializes in online instructional design to assist learning. He has Master’s degree in education from the University of Southern Queensland, with postgraduate certification in Education Technology.
Scott has developed and delivered training programs for more than 40 organizations worldwide in fields such as: medical/pharma (Merck, Pfizer, Banyu, NCGM hospital), business & finance (Deutsche Bank, Skandia, LEC Tokyo), big tech (Sony, Toshiba, Hitachi, Mitsubishi), government (The Japan Ministry of Foreign Affairs), K-12 (Benesse, Ochanomizu Seminar) and higher education (Komazawa University, Gakushuin University, Asia University, Kaetsu University, and the Berlin School of Economics and Law).
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