Module leader: Dr Catriona McDaid
Health policy, clinical and public health practice should be informed by the available evidence. Systematic reviews or evidence syntheses are comprehensive, rigorous and critical summaries of the available research evidence on a specific topic. Relevant studies are systematically identified, their data extracted and synthesised in narrative form and, where appropriate, statistically using meta-analysis, taking care to minimise error and bias. This module provides students with appropriate knowledge and training required for finding, interpreting and conducting systematic reviews including meta-analysis.
Follow the link for further details of Systematic Reviews - HEA00036M
You should normally be a graduate with a 2:1 degree or higher, or equivalent from an overseas university, and be able to demonstrate that you have the necessary knowledge of and interest in a relevant area of health sciences. Applicants are assessed on a case-by-case basis, and we follow the University’s Equal Opportunities policy.
If you successfully complete this course you will be awarded 10 credit points by the University of York, at Level 7.
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