Anmeldung bis 26. September
Wed 9 October – Fri 11 October 2019 in Bern, organised jointly with the University of Bern Library
Gerhard Bissel, Lecturer in Library Innovation, University of Applied Sciences HTW Chur, informs us about
the 3-day course "Advanced search techniques and advanced search strategy design for systematic reviews, health technology assessment and Guideline development" announced by Cochrane Switzerland and Chur University of Applied Sciences, Swiss Institute of Information Science.
Early-bird registration deadline: 5 July 2019
Standard registration deadline: 7 August 2019
This three-day course will address the challenges of advanced search strategies using different conceptual approaches and search techniques. It will also introduce text analysis techniques such as text mining to demonstrate their potential for developing and testing search strategies.
Medical / healthcare librarians, information specialists, researchers, authors of systematic reviews and other professionals wishing to develop advanced search strategies
The workshop includes presentations, small group and plenary discussions and interactive sessions allowing the participants to practise the concepts and methods presented during the course.
Group Duration: 3 full days (9:15 am to 4.55 pm). 9 - 11 October 2019
Haus der Akademien
3001 Berne, Switzerland
Map (2 mins from Bern main station)
CHF 900.00 (early-bird registration up to 5 July inclusive is CHF 800.00), including course documentation and coffee breaks
A certificate of attendance will be issued to participants who complete the course.
Mrs. Lucienne Boujon
Secretariat Cochrane Switzerland / Unisanté
Tel. +41 (0)21 314 72 62 (mornings)
Julie Glanville, Associate Director, York Health Economics Consortium (YHEC), University of York, UK. Julie is a qualified librarian who has been working in the field of systematic reviews for more than 25 years. Since 2008 she has coordinated YHEC's information and review services to customers who require literature searches and reviews of all types. Julie manages reviews ranging from rapid reviews to systematic reviews to inform submissions to reimbursement agencies such as NICE. Julie also manages indirect and mixed treatment comparisons.
Before joining YHEC, Julie was Associate Director and Information Service Manager at the Centre for Reviews and Dissemination (CRD) at the University of York for fourteen years. In this role Julie managed information support for systematic reviews and technology assessments within CRD and to external customers, and managed CRD’s NHS Economic Evaluation Database. Julie is a co-convenor of the Cochrane Information Retrieval Methods Group, a co-author of the Cochrane Handbook chapter on searching for evidence and has contributed to the development of systematic review guidance for several organisations including the Centre for Reviews and Dissemination and the European Food Safety Authority. Julie is an Associate Editor for the journal Research Synthesis Methods. Julie’s research interests are in search filter design and appraisal, text mining applications in systematic reviewing and the efficient identification of research evidence for systematic reviews, economic evaluations and models and health technology assessments.
Carol Lefebvre is an independent information consultant. She was a founder of The Cochrane Collaboration and was previously the Senior Information Specialist at the UK Cochrane Centre, where she worked from its inception in 1992 to 2012. She is Co-Convenor of the Cochrane Information Retrieval Methods Group, serves on the Cochrane Methods Executive and is lead author on the searching chapter of The Cochrane Handbook. She was awarded an M.Sc. in Library and Information Science from the University of Loughborough (UK) in 1985 and an Honorary Fellowship of the Chartered Institute of Library and Information Professionals in 2007. She now focusses on training and consultancy in information retrieval for evidence synthesis, such as systematic reviews, health technology assessment and guideline development. She is also a regular contributor to the Peer Reviewing Search Strategies section of SuRe Info (Summarized Research in Information Retrieval for Health Technology Assessment).
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