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This new 2+1 day course includes two teaching days, plus an engaging virtual networking session, followed by a feedback day entirely dedicated to discussion of delegates' projects and how to publish them. New format and excellent tutors, apply today!

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The University of Oxford Course on systematic Reviews and Meta-Analyses will take place on 28-29 January and 5 March 2021.

Although this online course is open to anyone, it is specifically designed for psychiatrists, psychologists, mental health professionals, mental health pharmacists and neuroscientists with an interest in evidence synthesis and evidence-based practice.

The course director Professor Andrea Cipriani, said,

'We're delighted to welcome delegates to our new format, first time virtual online course. It's going to be an excellent opportunity to learn, network and engage with the latest methodologies, systems and research around systematic reviews and meta-analyses. We look forward to welcoming our 2021 participants.'

To download the course information.

To view the agenda and register for your place

Course fees

  • 2 days standard £500 
  • 2 days PhD students, NHS Trust, and University employees £450
  • 3 days standard £600
  • 3 days PhD students, NHS Trust, and University employees £550.