Next steps

Now that you’ve learned about systematic reviews, what do you want to do next?

 I’m ready to get started! 
You know what a systematic review is, you think it can help you answer an important question, and you have the time and resources to make it happen. Dive in and start our courses about how to conduct a systematic review.

A systematic review is too involved for my needs, but I’m excited about evidence synthesis.
Maybe a less complicated approach to evidence synthesis could fit your needs. Review the description of other types of evidence synthesis again and check out this course on evidence mapping.

I don’t want to conduct a systematic review, but I want to learn more.
Check out our other courses at our website.

Other Resources:

The Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality sponsors the creation of systematic reviews to help public and private organizations improve the quality of healthcare.

Cochrane is an international non-profit devoted to conducting systematic reviews and encouraging the use of evidence based medicine.

Prospero is an international database of systematic reviews in health and social care, welfare, public health, education, crime, justice, and international development, where there is a health related outcome.

Want to learn more? Sign up to take our course on the first step of a systematic review: Prepare your topic.