You will be able to sign up to the events when the schedule and sign-up launches on the 18 August 2017.
Satellite events are full-/half-day workshops or symposia that are not part of the four-day programme but will be of interest to participants at the Global Evidence Summit. The satellites further the event goals, and foster interaction, and the development of partnerships, and have broad appeal across sectors.
Comprehensive systematic review training programme
Participants who successfully complete the programme can become Certified Reviewers, accredited for a period of two years as authors in the JBI Database of Systematic Reviews and Implementation Reports (JBISRIR), a refereed online journal, the content of which is indexed in Embase, Scopus, Mosby’s Index (Elsevier), CINAHL (EBSCO) and MEDLINE.
Qualitative Evidence Synthesis Workshop
THIS IS A CLOSED SESSION.
This 3-day workshop aims:
Developing GRADE guidance for overviews or systematic reviews
This full-day workshop will engage methodological experts and end‐users in development of GRADE for overviews.
Participation is primarily by invitation, but requests to attend will be considered if space permits.
A workshop on Rayyan: The ultimate web and mobile app for systematic reviews
This half-day workshop targets current and potential Rayyan’s users. This is for people who are involved in the production of systematic and other types of reviews and are interested in using automation to help expedite their work.
Future directions for Cochrane Information Specialists: The new Cochrane Review production ecosystem
The life cycle of a Cochrane Review involves an increasing number of tools and systems, but it still relies on people. Cochrane information specialists are key contributors so in this workshop we aim to explore their role in the new Cochrane Review ecosystem.
Methods for systematic reviews of diagnostic test accuracy
This full-day workshop will provide individuals interested in evidence-based diagnosis with an overview of concepts underpinning systematic reviews of diagnostic accuracy.
Evidence into policy into practice:
Venue: Knowledge Translation Unit, University of Cape Town Lung Institute, Mowbray
The PACK programme tackles health systems issues so that primary care practitioners can deliver evidence-based care that is policy-aligned and feasible for their setting. These repeated half-day workshops introduce the KTU’s guideline development work and training strategy, and showcase the stakeholders that implement the PACK programme and the implementation research that underpins it.
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Living Systematic Review Network meeting and workshop (closed event)
This is a closed event for Living Systematic Review Network members only.
This session will include a series of short presentations on the state of the science, followed by group discussion to further the thinking on several aspects of LSRs including methods, publication and more.
Capacity building to produce useful evidence: Who sets the agenda?
3ie, the Africa Centre for Evidence, Africa Evidence Network, CLEAR-AA and J-PAL Africa invite interested producers and users to facilitated and open discussions about how we currently set capacity building agendas for the production of useful evidence, what is working and what needs to change and why.
PRECIS-2: Precisely how can this tool help investigators design trials to achieve practical answers to 'real-world' questions?
Join this half-day workshop to explore what PRECIS-2 is and how it is being used through presentations and an interactive session in which participants try out the tool.