Join us on 26th April at 10am GMT/11am BST for the third episode in Edanz' series on systematic reviews.
Learn how to launch YOUR OWN high-impact systematic literature review (SLR)!
In this special live event, our experts will discuss the all-important SEARCH strategies and DATA analysis plans that are needed for conducting unbiased, laser-focused systematic reviews:
- Doing a PILOT SEARCH (preliminary review)
- Defining your SEARCH TERMS
- Planning DATA EXTRACTION and ASSESSMENT
- Developing a STATISTICAL ANALYSIS PLAN
… and, as always, we welcome YOUR questions about systematic reviews!
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Dr. Popoola is a physician-epidemiologist with expertise in infectious diseases and analytics. Victor transitioned to public health after several years of clinical medical practice. He has more than 15 years of experience in medicine and public health and has published more than 20 peer-reviewed articles., Scott McCleary
Scott is a specialist in online instructional design for professional development with 18+ years' experience. He has developed and delivered online training programs for more than 50 organizations worldwide in fields such as medicine, pharma, technology, business, finance, law, government and higher education.
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