Cochrane Interactive Learning
The Cochrane Interactive Learning is a new!
Cochrane Interactive Learning is:
- An online introductory training course on how to undertake a systematic review of interventions
- Comprises more than ten hours of self-directed learning on searching, risk of bias, meta-analysis, GRADE and the complete systematic review process
- Developed by experts in systematic review methods
- Designed for learners undertaking a systematic review for the first time, as well as experienced review authors, along with other users and researchers
- Undertaken in steps to build on systematic review knowledge
- Modules that include assessment and a certificate available on completion of each module
- Restricted – we are unable to integrate the content in our Learning Management Systems
There are nine course modules
- Introduction to conducting systematic reviews
- Writing the review protocol
- Searching for studies
- Selecting studies and collecting data
- Introduction to study quality and risk of bias
- Analysing the data
- Interpreting the findings
- Reporting the review
- Introduction to health economics
Module 10: Network and meta-analysis is coming soon
Cochrane Interactive Learning is available from the Library’s catalogue:
Please refer to access instructions for University of Melbourne staff and students
We would welcome your feedback via firstname.lastname@example.org on this resource to help us determine if it is worthwhile continuing this subscription 2020 onwards.
On behalf of your Scholarly Services librarians, February 2019.
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