Distance Education Graduate Course offered through the University of Saskatchewan's MSc/PhD in Health Sciences Program
Course Title: HSC 802.3 Introduction to Systematic Reviews
Students will work in teams of at least two individuals and carry out a collaborative project which will involve intensive library research, data extraction, verification, analysis and interpretation of the data. The teams will learn and practice established procedures for conducting secondary research (a systematic review) and meta-analysis. Evaluation will include assignments (search and selection strategy, short papers, and a written protocol) and a presentation at a technology-assisted research seminar.
Who will benefit from this course?
This course has been designed for graduate students or clinicians in health related disciplines with background in applying interventions. This includes a wide range of disciplines such as rehabilitation therapy, nursing, kinesiology, pharmacy and nutrition, medicine, etc. If you are not sure if this is for you, consult the instructor.
Relevance to the Health Sciences MSc/PhD:
Advantages for current graduate students:
The course will:
Advantages for clinicians
Computer Requirements: Participants in this course will require
This course is open to individuals with a health science background, whether or not they are registered in a Masters or PhD program. The course will run again in September 2012, and runs for 3 months. For more information, see Course Outline.
APPLICATION DEADLINE: September 5, 2012. No applicants will be admitted to this course after September 5th. For non U of S students, tt is suggested that you registeras soon as possible - contact Angie Zoerb for more information. See contact information below.
Students currently enrolled in the University of Saskatchewan College of Graduate Studies and Research may register for this course through the U of S PAWS system. Permission of the instructor is required. Note: Students will need to register through the College of Graduate Studies and Research, using the title of CLR 802. To view the course information, visit http://www.usask.ca/calendar/coursecat/. To search for the course, in the Subject Code field, select CLR.
Non University of Saskatchewan students must complete Form GSR 105 - Application for Non-Degree Admission. A $75 application fee must accompany the form. Transcripts are required for NON U of S alumni. Form GSR 105, payment and other required documents must be sent to:College of Graduate Studies and Research University of Saskatchewan Room C180 Administration Building 105 Administration Place Saskatoon, SK S7N 5A2 For further information or assistance with registration, please contact: Angie Zoerb Graduate Program Coordinator, College of Medicine Ph: (306) 966-6957 Email:firstname.lastname@example.org
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