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RSM Systematic Review Initiative 2023

8th Feb 2023
6:00 - 7:00pm (GMT)
08/02 - 15/03
6:00 - 7:00pm (GMT)
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Description

Participating in our teaching program, you will learn how to conduct and execute a systematic review under the supervision of some of the most brilliant academics in the UK. Following the teaching, you will get the chance to be allocated to a systematic review project under an academic supervisor, and get your name on a great piece of research. This is on a first-come, first-served basis.

All six teaching sessions will be held ONLINE via Zoom.

Those who are not allocated a project are invited to join our Virtual Systematic Review Hackathon Day, this will give you the opportunity to apply the knowledge presented across the six sessions with a group of students with similar research interests. The aim of the day is to leave with a fully formulated research question and comprehensive steps on how to action your very own systematic review project!

Fill in the form below to sign-up for the initiative and remember that to get a certificate of completion you will need to attend all of the teaching sessions underlined below:

8th February 2023 6 pm - Research as a medical student: How to get involved and the importance of getting started early.

15th February 2023 6 pm - Introduction to SR and how to formulate a research question based on the current literature.

22nd February 2023 6 pm - The Risk of bias: publication bias & evidence selection bias.

1st March 2023 6 pm - How to screen and extract data from literature using different tools.

8th March 2023 6 pm - How to conduct a Meta-Analysis including an appreciation of tools needed.

15th March 2023 6 pm - Systematic Reviews and Medical Statistics

Summary

Medical professionals can participate in the RSM Systematic Review Initiative 2023 to learn how to conduct and execute a systematic review. Under the guidance of UK academics, they will be assigned to a systematic review project, get their name on a great piece of research, and learn how to create a research question, select evidence, screen and extract data, conduct meta-analysis, and use medical statistics -- all via Zoom. After completing the six teaching sessions, they are also invited to join a virtual hackathon day to get hands-on experience of systematic reviews.
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Learning objectives

1. Explain how to become involved in research as a medical student and the importance of getting started early. 2. Describe the process of formulating a research question based on the current literature. 3. Recognize publication bias and evidence selection bias. 4. Describe methods of screening and extracting data from literature. 5. Outline a methodological understanding of how to conduct a meta-analysis and associated tools.
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