Training in CEE evidence synthesis methodology is delivered by CEE Centres and associated institutions and trainers operating within the CEE Training Endorsement Scheme.
The training working group:
For more information on training opportunities please contact email@example.com.
Current members of the training working group are; Jacqui Eales, Ruth Garside, Neal Haddaway, Teri Knight and Nicola Randall.
CEE is proud to announce a FREE online training workshop in systematic review and map methodology to coincide with the Evidence Synthesis Hackathon’s ESMARConf (Evidence Synthesis and Meta-Analysis in R Conference). The workshop will take place on January 19th 2021, 14:00 – 16:00 CET prior to the ESMARConf.
To register your interest in this event, please email firstname.lastname@example.org before the 1st January 2021
The training is aimed at people wishing to commission, conduct or appraise systematic reviews and maps. Knowledge of the scientific method and awareness of academic publishing is needed to make the most of the course. Workshop participants must have completed CEE’s Systematic Review and Mapping Methods course online and passed the tests before joining. It is not obligatory to be registered for the ESMARConf, but we recommend attending both, of course!
The workshop and online course will provide examples from environmental management and conservation. A range of synthesis methods will be discussed that are broadly applicable across research methodologies, i.e. qualitative, quantitative and mixed methods. Evidence synthesis methods are relevant to evidence synthesis in any discipline, but this course and the work of CEE are particularly relevant for:
The workshop is a follow-on to the existing online training (the 2-day equivalent Systematic Review and Mapping Methodology Course). It will consist of a scheduled 2-hour live workshop where the CEE Training Team and other systematic review experts will support participants who have previously completed the online course.
The workshop will have the following draft programme:
The online course is delivered through a dedicated website hosted on GitHub (with videos hosted on YouTube). The workshop will be hosted on Zoom.
The course and the workshop will be provided entirely free-of-charge.