Mixed Methods Systematic Review and Searching the Evidence: Leeds, UK

Mixed methods systematic reviews combine qualitative and quantitative evidence to answer complex applied health and public health questions. These methods are becoming increasingly important as we seek to understand why interventions may have different results for different people in different situations. This course, organised by the University of Leeds, will explore the current thinking on approaches to mixed methods systematic reviews.

You can attend all three days, or just the two day mixed methods course or the one day evidence search workshop.

Conducting a Mixed Methods Systematic Review 1st – 2nd April

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

  • The purpose and value of mixed-methods systematic reviews
  • Methods for synthesising qualitative and quantitative research including explanatory sequential, exploratory sequential, and convergent synthesis methods.

Searching the Evidence Base Workshop 31st March

A one day computer-based workshop to develop:

  • A strong understanding of best practice search methods for mixed-methods reviews
  • Practical skills in search techniques, resource selection and managing reference records.

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For registration, please contact: Helen Walters h.walters@leeds.ac.uk  +44(0)113-34-34961