Conducting a systematic review of psychosocial interventions – dr Łucja Bieleninik (UG)

6th & 20th November 2020, 10.00-14.00

Part 1. Introduction (definition; differences between systematic review and literature review; rationale for SRs conducting and their importance; Cochrane Collaboration; steps taken in a SR)

Part 2. Define research question & write a plan for the review (SR as a research design; question formulation; types of health research questions; PICOS model; research protocol, protocol registration; PRISMA-P Statement)

Part 3. Search for studies (eligibility criteria, search methods for identification of studies e.g. electronic database searching, grey literature and handsearching; formulate the search)

Part 4. Select studies (implementation of the selection process; screening, eligibility)

Part 5. Extract data from the studies (what data to collect; extracting study results; converting data to the desired format, reliability and reaching consensus)

Part 6. Assess the risk of bias of the studies (classification scheme for bias in intervention studies; the Cochrane Collaboration’s tool for assessing risk

Part 6. Assess the risk of bias of the studies (classification scheme for bias in intervention studies; the Cochrane Collaboration’s tool for assessing risk of bias)

Part 7. Illustrate the data & conclude overall findings (PRISMA Statement; narratively summarise the data by exploring similarities and differences between studies; interpreting results; drawing conclusion; limitation at study-level and at review-level; dissemination)

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