Data management for Systematic Reviews using Covidence
Systematic reviews handle large volumes of data. Managing them is challenging for even experienced reviewers. Software designed for this can be of immense help. Covidence is one such software
Data management using Covidence for Systematic Reviews streamlines the process of conducting systematic review . It enables review authors to upload all the relevant studies identified through searching various databases. This tool supports the to management of these references from the beginning stage of review production (screening for potential eligible studies) till creating the PRISMA flow diagram and data extraction.
Due to the prevailing situation we at the centre are planning to teach the use of Covidence online.
The workshop will provide a detail walk-through of the tool and time for questions.
This workshop is intended for anyone who are currently working on a systematic review or planning to begin a systematic review with previous training in systematic review methods.
Date: August 25-28, 2020
One hour session: 35-40 min talk and 20-25 min interaction (four session x one hour)
|August 25th 2020||4:00PM to 5:00PM||Recap of the Systematic Review Process
Where does Covidence fitInstalling Covidence
Importing studies and assigning rules for reviewers.
|August 26th 2020||4:00PM to 5:00PM||The screening process Start screening
(abstract and full text)
|August 27th 2020||4:00PM to 5:00PM||Creating forms and data extraction||Richard Kirubakaran|
|August 28th 2020||4:00PM to 5:00PM||Exporting studies and generating PRISMA flow diagram||Richard Kirubakaran|
Course duration: One week (Tuesday to Friday): 4 PM to 5 PM
Fees: 5000 / Rs
Maximum: 20 participants)
Pre and post course test & E certificate from Prof. B.V.Moses Centre for Evidence Informed Healthcare , Clinical Epidemiology Unit, Christian Medical College, Vellore.