Comprehensive Systematic Review Training

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Comprehensive Systematic Review Training This program is designed to prepare researchers and clinicians to develop, conduct and report comprehensive systematic reviews of evidence. The program is designed for health care professionals who want to play a leading role in developing clinical evidence based on qualitative or quantitative research findings. The aim is that the participants develop a protocol for a systematic review, undertake the review and submit it for publication within a year. This course is offered in cooperation between Joanna Briggs Institute (JBI), Adelaide, Australia and Centre for Clinical Guidelines – Danish National Clearinghouse for Nursing. During the course you will be introduced to the Joanna Briggs Institute SUMARI software. Over 1000 participants from more than 35 countries have undertaken this program. Participants, who successfully complete the program, are certified by The Joanna Briggs Institute as competent in the systematic review process. Participants can become certified as quantitative systematic reviewers, qualitative systematic reviewers or comprehensive systematic reviewers. JBI’s Comprehensive Systematic Review Training Program has 4 modules: Module 1: Introduction to EBHC and the Systematic Review of Evidence Module 3: Systematic Review of quantitative data from experimental, nonexperimental, diagnostic and prognostic studies Module 4: The Systematic Review of Evidence generated by qualitative research, narrative and text Module 5: The Systematic review of economic evidence In 2013 from April to end of August we will be offering the module 1, 3 and 4. Course team: Dr. Preben U. Pedersen, Dr. Merete Bjerrum, Mr Palle Larsen and Ms Sasja Jul Håkonsen (Centre for Clinical Guidelines – Danish National Clearinghouse for Nursing, Aarhus).

Module 1: Introduction to EBHC and the Systematic Review of Evidence Program Overview: This module consists of eight hours pre-course reading and one (1) seven-hour study day. This module is a foundation to the subsequent modules and is a pre-requisite for enrolment in modules 2-5. The program is designed for

 

 

graduates in health information management, allied health disciplines (such as physiotherapy, occupational therapy, podiatry, radiography, etc), nursing and medicine who have a sound knowledge of research methods. The program offers participants the opportunity to examine the history and development of evidencebased healthcare and the processes of evidence-based practice. The program has a process orientation whereby the participant and Joanna Briggs Institute facilitators become active participants in meeting learning needs. Underpinning this approach is clearly defined content contained in extensive printed course material. Aims: To enable participants to develop a comprehensive understanding of the purposes and principles of evidence based healthcare. Objectives: To prepare participants to: • describe the origins and development of evidence based healthcare, • critique the role of evidence in contemporary healthcare practice, • describe and discuss the systematic review process, and • develop a systematic review protocol. Expected Professional Outcomes: Participants, who complete this program, will be able to identify sources of evidence of the feasibility, appropriateness, meaningfulness and effectiveness of health activities and interventions, and will be able to apply them in developing a systematic review protocol. They will recognise the importance of evidence in professional practice and have a commitment to the evidence based practice approach. Assessment: Successful completion of a thirty (30) minute multiple choice and short answer knowledge-test.

Module 3: Systematic Review of quantitative data from experimental, non-experimental, diagnostic and prognostic studies Program Overview: This module consists of eight hours pre-course reading and two (2) seven-hour study days. Participants must complete the Introduction to Evidence based Healthcare module before they may enrol in this module. The program is designed for graduates in health information-management, allied health disciplines (such as physiotherapy, occupational therapy, podiatry, radiography, etc), nursing and medicine who have a sound knowledge of quantitative research methods. The program gives participants skills in the systematic review of evidence generated by non-experimental studies, diagnostic studies, and prognostic studies. The program has a hands-on orientation and includes computer laboratory sessions using the JBI-SUMARI software. Underpinning this approach is clearly defined content contained in extensive printed course material.

 

 

Aims: To enable participants to critically appraise, extract and pool quantitative evidence generated by non-experimental designs, diagnostic studies and prognostic studies. Objectives: To prepare participants to: • utilise the JBI SUMARI software, • critically appraise the results of studies of a number of non-experimental designs, diagnostic studies and prognostic studies, • extract data from quantitative, non-experimental studies, diagnostic studies and prognostic studies pool the results of homogenous studies. Expected Professional Outcomes: Participants who complete this program will understand how to conduct a systematic review of evidence generated by nonexperimental studies, diagnostic studies and prognostic studies. Assessment: Development of a draft review protocol; individual presentation of review protocol.

Module 4: The Systematic Review of Evidence generated by qualitative research, narrative and text Program Overview: This module consists of eight hours pre-course reading and two (2) seven-hour study days. Participants must complete the Introduction to Evidence based Healthcare module before they may enrol in this module. The program is designed for graduates in health information management, allied health disciplines (such as physiotherapy, occupational therapy, podiatry, radiography, etc), nursing and medicine who have a sound knowledge of qualitative research methods. The program gives participants skills in the systematic review of evidence generated by qualitative research studies, narrative and text. The program has a hands-on orientation and includes computer laboratory sessions using the JBISUMARI software. Underpinning this approach is clearly defined content contained in extensive printed course material. Aims: To enable participants to critically appraise, extract and pool generated by studies of qualitative research, narrative and text. Objectives: To prepare participants to: • critically appraise the results of studies of qualitative research, narrative and text, • extract data from studies of qualitative research, narrative and text, • pool the results of studies. Expected Professional Outcomes: Participants who complete this program will understand how to conduct a systematic review of evidence generated by qualitative research studies, narrative and text.

 

 

Assessment: Development of a draft review protocol; individual presentation of review protocol.

General information. Applicants: The Comprehensive JBI Systematic Review Training Program is designed for graduates in health information management, allied health disciplines (such as physiotherapy, occupational therapy, podiatry, radiography, etc), nursing and medicine with knowledge of qualitative and/or quantitative research methods. Price: 8.800,- kr. for employees at member organisations (members of Centre for Kliniske Retningslinjer) and 17.600,- kr. for employees at non member organisations. The price will include study materials. Important information: The course will take place from April to August 2013, in Copenhagen and Aalborg. You must bring your own laptop with access to internet. February the 1st 2013 deadline for application, fill in your personal information in the electronic booking module – www.cfkr.dk/kurser February the 15st 2013 notification of acceptance of application. In January 2013 the course materials will be sent to participants, instructions to download software, codes etc. April the 1st 2013– Prepare a short introduction (one page in English) to the topic and the protocol you are going to develop and send it to [email protected] Feedback will be given at the course. Please indicate whether you want to develop a protocol including either qualitative or quantitative studies, because you will be divided into two groups focusing either critical appraisal of qualitative or quantitative studies. Credits: Certificates will be issued from JBI and Centre for Clinical Guidelines – Danish National Clearinghouse for Nursing, Aarhus. This course holds 15 ECTS (equivalent). Previous JBI’s Comprehensive Systematic Review rewarded with ECTS from the PhD-school in Aarhus.

 

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Program: Thursday 4th of April 2013 (Copenhagen) 9.30 – 10.00

Coffee, tea and rolls

10.00 – 10.45

Introduction and presentation

11.00 – 12.00

Module 1. (Preben U Pedersen)

12.00 – 12.45

Lunch

12.45 – 17.00

Module 1. (Preben U Pedersen)

Friday 5th of April 2013 (Copenhagen) 9.00 – 12.00 Critical appraisal of studies − Introduction to JBI qualitative appraisal tools (Merete Bjerrum) − Introduction to JBI quantitative appraisal tools (Palle Larsen) 12.00 – 12.45

Lunch

12.45 – 17.00

Introduction to systematic literature search − Databases − Search strategies (Sasja Jul Håkonsen)

Wednesday 24th April 2013. (Copenhagen) 9.00 – 11.00

Critical appraisal to qualitative (Merete Bjerrum) quantitative studies (Preben U Pedersen or Sasja Håkonsen)

11.15 – 12.00

Introduction to a systematic review protocol (Palle Larsen)

12.00 – 12.45

Lunch

12.45 – 14.00

Introduction to a systematic review protocol (Palle Larsen)

14.15 – 17.00

Presentation of participants’ topics for systematic reviews

 

or Jul

 

Tuesday 7th May 2013. (Copenhagen) 9.00 – 11.00

Presentation of participants’ appraisal of either qualitative or quantitative studies (Preben U Pedersen and Sasja Jul Håkonsen or Merete

Bjerrum) 11.15 – 12.00

Critical appraisal to qualitative (Merete Bjerrum) quantitative studies (Preben U Pedersen or Sasja Håkonsen)

or Jul

12.00 – 12.45

Lunch

12.45 – 14.00

Critical appraisal to qualitative or quantitative studies (Merete Bjerrum) or quantitative studies (Preben U Pedersen or Sasja Jul Håkonsen)

14.15 – 17.00

Individual development of participants’ protocols (Preben U Pedersen and Sasja Jul Håkonsen or Merete Bjerrum)

Thursday 30th May 2013. (Copenhagen) 9.00 – 11.00

Presentation of participants’ appraisal of either qualitative or quantitative studies (Preben U Pedersen and Sasja Jul Håkonsen or Merete Bjerrum)

11.15 – 12.00

Introduction to CREMS (Palle Larsen)

12.00 – 12.45

Lunch

12.45 – 14.00

Introduction to CREMS (Palle Larsen)

14.15 – 17.00

Individual development of participants’ protocols (Preben U Pedersen and Sasja Jul Håkonsen or Merete Bjerrum)

Wednesday 12th June 2013. (Copenhagen) 9.00 – 12.00

 

Presentation and feedback of participants’ protocols (Preben U Pedersen, Sasja Jul Håkonsen, Palle Larsen and Merete Bjerrum)

 

12.00 – 12.45

Lunch

12.45 – 17.00

Presentation and feedback of participants’ protocols (Preben U Pedersen, Sasja Jul Håkonsen, Palle Larsen and Merete Bjerrum)

Monday and Tuesday 26th and 27th of August 2013. (Aalborg) 9.00 – 17.00

Module 3 (Preben U Pedersen, Sasja Jul Håkonsen and Palle Larsen)

12.00 – 12.45

Lunch

Wednesday and Thursday 28th and 29th of August 2013. (Aalborg) 9.00 – 17.00

Module 4 (Preben U Pedersen, Sasja Jul Håkonsen, Palle Larsen and Merete Bjerrum)

12.00 – 12.45

Lunch

 

Friday 30th August 2013. (Aalborg) 9.00 – 12.00

Presentation and feedback of participants’ protocols (Preben U Pedersen, Sasja Jul Håkonsen, Palle Larsen and Merete Bjerrum)

12.00 – 12.45

Lunch

12.45 – 16.30

Presentation and feedback of participants’ protocols (Preben U Pedersen, Sasja Jul Håkonsen, Palle Larsen and Merete Bjerrum)

 

16.30 – 17.00

   

 

Evaluation (Preben U Pedersen, Sasja Jul Håkonsen, Palle Larsen and Merete Bjerrum)