Here at CESH, we believe Evidence synthesis belongs to everyone. That’s why we created EvSynth Academy- a program devoted to bringing evidence synthesis out of academia and into our communities. Find our free, open access, easy-to-understand courses at Evsynthacademy.org.
The Center and its faulty are committed to providing the tools and knowledge required for the conduct and interpretation of systematic review and meta-analysis, the fundamental tools of evidence-based practice.
We frequently lead a basic "Introduction to Systematic Reviews" course, as well as more advanced courses in meta-analysis, network meta-analysis and risk of bias. If your organization would be interested in this kind of training, please contact us so that we can assess your needs and custom-design a training for you.
If you are interested in having the CESH team offer an Evidence Synthesis training for your group, please email [email protected]
In your email, please indicate:
- The name and nature of your group
- The number of people who would likely participate in the training
- The subject(s) for your training (e.g., general introduction to evidence synthesis, introduction to systematic reviews, meta-analysis)
- The level of knowledge of your group with regard to the subject(s) of interest
- Your targeted timeframe for the training
Courses at Brown
CESH faculty members teach a range of Brown University School of Public Health courses that are relevant to evidence synthesis. They are listed below.
- PHP 2415: Introduction to Evidence Based Medicine
- PHP 2465A: Introduction to Health Decision Analysis