Short Courses in Systematic Reviewing and the GRADE Approach

A series of short courses offering a practical approach to systematic reviewing and the GRADE approach, suitable for anyone interested in systematic reviewing and assessing the quality of health care evidence. Attend a tailored combination to suit your needs:

1) Systematic reviews of mental health research: 3-day short course

2) The GRADE approach - Introduction: 1-day short course

3) The GRADE approach - Advanced: 1-day short course

Delivered through seminars, practical sessions and workshops.

Taught by experts developing clinical guidelines for the National Institute of Health and Care Excellence (NICE), and staff based at University College London who run the UK GRADE Centre with over 10 years’ experience developing NICE guidelines and Cochrane reviews.

Bring an idea for a systematic review; leave with a protocol and toolkit to get the work completed to the very highest standard

Get the latest advice about GRADE, the sensible and transparent approach to grading quality of evidence and strength of recommendations, adopted by the Cochrane Collaboration, offered at both introductory and advanced level.

Courses will take place in the week commencing 16th February 2015 (exact dates TBC). Register your interest now by emailing shortcourses.CORE@ucl.ac.uk