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This workshop will outline what systematic review and meta-analysis are, give powerful examples of how they can be applied in biomedicine, and what is involved in the entire process. This session will cover a brief introduction to each step of the systematic review and meta-analysis process, from research questions and protocol, to data extraction and meta-analysis. At each step you will be provided with resources, links, and self-learning activities to allow you to get a good overview. We will cover standards (e.g. PRISMA) for conducting and reporting your systematic review to ensure high quality reviews. For more information on Preclinical Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis, please see the CAMARADES Systematic Review Wiki.
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