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Statistics: Systematic reviews and meta-analyses (C)

The use of systematic reviews and meta-analysis is well established in clinical research and is fast growing in many other areas of research. The methodology offers the best way to identify and synthesise the best available evidence for a variety of possible questions.   This session will introduce the role and core features of systematic reviews in evidence synthesis and introduce the basic principles of planning and interpreting meta-analyses.

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Compulsory for all Clinical Science first year PhD students, and optional for all other PhD students from The College of Health & Life Sciences.

Presented by

Dr Neil O'Connell

Key learning outcomes

By the end of this session, learners will be informed about:

  • the role and core features of systematic reviews in evidence synthesis
  • basic principles of planning and interpreting meta-analyses

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College of Health and Life Sciences