Systematic Literature Reviews 🆕


キャリアレベル:レベル2(ポスドク)~ レベル 3 (上級者)


  • トピックに関する理解の深さや臨床における洞察力を示す
  • 新たなデータの提示は不要
  • 実臨床に関する情報を発信できる
  • 引用される頻度が高い

🕑 3時間(全21項目)
✔ チェックリスト

Career level: Level 2 (professional) ~ Level 3 (advanced)

In this course you will learn to conduct a systematic literature review that:

  • shows your deep understanding of the topic and your clinical insight
  • does not require generating new data
  • informs clinical practice
  • will be highly cited

🕑 3 hours (6 lessons, 21 topics)
✔ useful checklists
📜quizzes & certificate

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Lesson 1: Introduction to Systematic Literature reviews

🕑 37 minutes

Welcome! This lesson will give you an overview of Systematic Literature Reviews and how they can create lasting impact and inform clinical practice. Learn the basics of SLRs, their benefits and challenges, and how they are conducted. 

Lesson 2: Guidelines and Registries 🆕

Coming 2019-08-21

Welcome to Lesson 2! In this lesson you will learn how to use EQUATOR guidelines, especially PRISMA, the benefits and requirements of registering on PROSPERO, the four goals of the Cochrane organization, and the 12 steps in planning your systematic review

Lesson 3: Framing the research question

Coming 2019-09-04

In Lesson 3 we learn about: how to use the PICO/PICOT approach, different types of SLRs and when to use them, defining objectives/hypothesis, defining the outcome measure(s) and eligibility criteria (patient level and study level)

Lesson 4: Data Sources and Management

Coming 2019-09-18

In Lesson 4 we will learn about: defining the data source(s) and search parameters/strings, data extraction (selection of items), data management, assessing selection bias

Lesson 5: Presentation of data and statistics

Coming 2019-10-09

In Lesson 5 we will learn about: determining potential for meta-analysis vs narrative reporting, minimizing bias, transparent reporting

Lesson 6: How to develop a systematic literature review protocol for registration on PROSPERO

Coming 2019-10-30

In this final lesson, we will learn the step-by-step process leading to a full protocol

Dr. Trevor Lane: Lead Course Writer

Dr. Lane has over 20 years of experience helping authors communicate their research findings and ideas in English-language journals, conferences, reports, proposals, and social and mass media.

He holds an MA in Biochemistry and Chemical Pharmacology and a PhD in Physiological Sciences (molecular and cellular biology of cancer) from the University of Oxford. He held postdoctoral research positions in clinical oncology and genetics in Hong Kong, after which he served in a variety of senior editorial roles in academic, research, and publishing institutions.

Dr. Daniel McGowan: Course Consultant

Dr McGowan, PhD Molecular Neuroscience, was an Associate Editor of Nature Reviews Neuroscience, before joining the Edanz Group in 2006. Prior to working in the publishing industry, Dr McGowan was a Senior Scientist at the University of Cambridge, UK and a Marie Curie Research Fellow at the Babraham Institute, also in Cambridge. He has more than ten years of post-doctoral and post-graduate laboratory experience in the areas of neurodegenerative diseases, molecular and cellular biology, protein biochemistry, proteomics and genomics. Daniel is a member of ISMPP and is a Certified Medical Publications Professional.

Scott McCleary, M.Ed: Course Designer

Scott specializes in online instructional design for lifelong learning and holds a Master’s degree in Education Technology from the University of Southern Queensland. Scott has developed skills-training courses for more than forty organizations, including Benesse, Sony, Toshiba, Hitachi, Mitsubishi, Deutsche Bank, Skandia, Merck, Pfizer, and The National Center for Global Health and Medicine. He has also developed academic courses for Komazawa University, Gakushuin University, Asia University, Kaetsu University, and the Berlin School of Economics and Law.