Aim: To introduce approaches, tools and methodologies for mixed methods systematic reviews and syntheses. *Limited places available*
Total ticket costs for Part 1 & 2:
General Admission: £70
Campbell Authors: Free of charge
From an LMIC: Free of charge
Skill level: Advanced
Prerequisites: Participants will be expected to have conducted a systematic review of quantitative research, and to have knowledge of the methods for qualitative evidence synthesis.
Healthcare professionals, academics, researchers, decision makers, librarians, information specialists, and Evidence Synthesis Ireland fellows and teaching faculty who would like to learn more about ….
The workshop will consist of a mixture of short presentations, small group work and plenary discussion.
Ruth Garside, Associate Professor in Evidence Synthesis, European Centre for Environment and Human Health, University of Exeter.
Prof Ruth Garside is a social science researcher specialising in systematic review and evidence synthesis.
She has over 20 years’ experience using quantitative and qualitative research methods to investigate a range of health and social care questions. Her work has informed policy customers including WHO, the National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE) and the Home Office.
Prof Garside is particularly interested in using a broad range of evidence to investigate complex public health issues and has a particular interest in methods of synthesis for qualitative research. She coordinates evidence synthesis across the streams of ECEHH research and develops these methods within environment and human health.
See further information at Professor Garside's online profile here
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