Cochrane Australia runs workshops throughout the year to support current and prospective Cochrane authors, as well as others involved in systematic reviews of interventions. It's likely that we will continue to run our courses online for the rest of 2021. Our core workshop 'Writing a systematic review following Cochrane methods' runs over six half-day sessions. The course is free of charge to registered Cochrane authors but attracts a fee for authors of non-Cochrane reviews ($440 standard; $330 full-time students). Find out more about each workshop by following the relevant registration or information link.
The second edition of the Cochrane Handbook for Systematic Reviews of Interventions was published in 2019. The updated guidance has been meticulously planned and brings together the latest methods and empirical research to help reviewers produce the most reliable and useful evidence synthesis. Some of the key changes include the new risk of bias tool for randomised trials, assessing missing evidence, practical guidance on planning and preparing for synthesis, and synthesising and presenting results when meta-analysis is not possible. The 'Writing a systematic review following Cochrane methods' course incorporates these changes.
Timetable for 2021
For more information about the content of these workshops, please refer to the descriptions on our Workshops page. For information about workshops offered internationally, visit Cochrane workshops. Cochrane also offers a range of online learning options, including regular webinars and a 10-module interactive learning course, visit Cochrane Training.
If the workshop you wish to attend is full and you would like to be added to the waiting list, please contact the Cochrane Australia training team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Dates for 2021||Workshop||Location||Links|
24 & 26 February
Using the GRADE approach to summarise evidence for policy and practice
21 April to 7 May
|Writing a systematic review following Cochrane methods|
8 September to 8 October
|Writing a systematic review following Cochrane methods||Online||Registration|
12 & 14 October
|Using the GRADE approach to summarise evidence for policy and practice||Online||Registration|
|Qualitative evidence synthesis (QES) and GRADE-CERQual||Online||Registration|