Mixed Methods Systematic Review Courses

A 2-day Mixed Methods Systematic Review and 1-day Literature searching course led by Katie Sutcliffe, UCL and Judy Wright, AUHE.

Mixed Methods Systematic Review Courses 31st March - 2nd April 2020, University of Leeds, UK. https://bit.ly/2QbD1DV

* Early bird rates available until 31st January 2020* also, University of Leeds staff and students receive 50% discount

  • Searching the Evidence for Mixed Methods Reviews - Day 1, 31st March 2020
  • Mixed Methods Systematic Reviews - Days 2 and 3, 1-2nd April 2020

Mixed methods systematic reviews combine qualitative and quantitative evidence to answer complex applied health and public health questions. These methods are becoming increasingly important as we seek to understand why interventions may have different results for different people in different situations. Training is delivered by staff from University of Leeds, EPPI-Centre UCL and University of  York.

The course is for you if you are interested in understanding how mixed-method synthesis provides a deeper understanding of complex interventions and their implementation. It is suitable for you if you already have an understanding of systematic review methods – i.e. you have had in-depth training and/or conducted a systematic review (either quantitative or qualitative) before. The mixed methods course is not suitable for you if you are new to systematic reviews as it does not provide basic systematic review or meta-analysis training.

You can attend all three days, or just the mixed methods course or the evidence search workshop. See course website for fees and further details: https://medicinehealth.leeds.ac.uk/dir-record/short-courses/958/mixed-methods-systematic-review-and-searching-the-evidence

To book a place contact Helen Walters h.walters@leeds.ac.uk