Join us on Monday July 18th (10am GMT 11am BST 6am EST 6pm CST 7pm JST) for the next episode in Edanz's SLR PRO series of events on systematic literature reviews
Previously in Episode 1, we discussed what systematic reviews are, and why they are so impactful. In Episode 2, we learned how to formulate effective research questions, draft objectives and hypotheses, and set outcomes and eligibility. In Episode 3, we learned how to focus our search terms and prepare for launching your review. In Episode 4, we looked at drafting a powerful protocol and synopsis to guide your project and keep everything robust, transparent, and reproducible. In Episode 5, we learned how to structure and write a systematic review report and get published.
Welcome to Episode 6 – PRO TOOLS for SYSTEMATIC REVIEWS! Our expert panelists will explain and discuss:
- DRAFTING tools for your synopsis, PRISMA protocol, and PROSPERO form
- DATA analysis tools for conducting your review and crunching the numbers
- FIGURE creation tools for drawing forest plots, flow diagrams, and traffic light plots
… and, as always, we welcome YOUR questions about systematic reviews!
Registration is FREE and attendees will also receive FREE gifts. You DON’T want to miss this one. Mark the date (Monday July 18 10am GMT 11am BST) and we will see you there!
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Scott is the creator of Edanz Learning Lab and 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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