New Course: Conducting a Mixed Methods Systematic Review plus Searching the Evidence Base

These courses will be delivered by Dr Katy Sutcliffe (EPPI-Centre, Institute of Education, UCL) and Judy Wright (Academic Unit of Health Economics, University of Leeds).

Dr Katy Sutcliffe is the Deputy Director of the Department of Health Reviews Facility at the Evidence for Policy and Practice Information and Coordination Centre (EPPI-Centre).

Judy Wright is the Information Specialist Manager of the Academic Unit for Health Economics (AUHE).


Mixed Methods Systematic Review Course  -- 27th and 28th June ( Dr Katy Sutcliffe)

Following this two day course participants should have a strong understanding of:

• The key concepts of mixed methods systematic reviews

• Methods for searching the literature for mixed methods reviews  

• Methods for synthesising qualitative and quantitative research.

Searching the Evidence Base Workshop -- 29th June (Judy Wright)

An additional one day computer-based workshop to develop: 

• A strong understanding of best practice search methods for mixed-methods reviews

• Practical skills in search techniques, strategies, resource selection and managing 1000’s of references with EndNote. 


Further details and booking information is available on the Leeds Institute of Health Sciences website