How to perform a systematic review in biomedical research: lessons to improve reproducibility and rigour
During this webinar Shona discusses what conducting a systematic review involves plus the insights that systematic reviews can provide. For example, better informing how experiments are designed, conducted, analysed and communicated. Uses of this research methodology include identifying knowledge gaps and providing an evidence base to better inform hypothesis development. Systematic reviews can also aid the identification and selection of the most appropriate research model, method and/or technique.
This webinar talks about:
– systematic review methodology;
– the insights that systematic reviews can provide
– how systematic reviews can be utilised to improve the rigor and reproducibility of research;
– further guidance and useful resources.
You will also have access to download session handouts including a PDF copy of the slideset.
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Attendees of this webinar may also be interested in our Improving Reproducibility Training Series (on-demand).
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- This webinar was recorded in July 2021.
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