Missed the seminar?
10-11am (BST/UK time)
The webinar, presented by Lindsay Mangham-Jefferies*, IDEAS Research Fellow in Health Economics, will provide advice on the steps involved in undertaking a systematic literature review, including developing a search strategy, registering a protocol, extracting data and reporting findings. Lindsay will use examples and present results from a systematic review which looks for evidence on the cost-effectiveness of strategies to improve the utilization and provision of maternal and newborn health care.
How do I join?
To take part in the web seminar you need a headset with a microphone, a computer, internet connection and the lateset Java update installed. On 22 May 2013 sign into the web seminar at 9:30am BST/UK time via this link.
If possible, please email email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org to let us know you will be joining.
Sign up for future web seminars
19 June: Discussion on Maternal, Perinatal & Child Death Reviews - Dr Boika Rechel*
24 July: Subject-specific seminar: (responding to suggestions)
21 Aug: How to do a Meta Analysis - Dr Elizabeth Allen*
18 Sept: Literature discussion: (subject to be agreed)
23 Oct: Subject-specific seminar: (responding to suggestions)
20 Nov: How to write a research paper - Dr Tanya Marchant *
18 Dec: Literature discussion: (subject to be agreed)
When? Every third Wednesday of the Month.
Who? Anyone interested can join if they register beforehand.
What time? 10:00 - 11:00 GMT/BST (depending on the time of year).
* IDEAS Team members