The Cochrane Schizophrenia Group

Diagnostic Test Accuracy (DTA) Author training

on August 16, 2013

Dates:

English: Aston Webb Hall, Birmingham University

English: Aston Webb Hall, Birmingham University (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

  1. September 26th 2013 – Module 1: Preparation for title registration
  2. October 24th 2013 – Module 2: Protocol production and searching
  3. November 14th 2013 – Module 3: Progressing your review

 Venue:  Birmingham University

Cost:  FREE to all authors affiliated to a UK-based Cochrane Review Group and to authors resident in the UK and affiliated to a non-UK based Cochrane Review Group

For further information about the modules & to make a booking, please visit http://srdta.cochrane.org/workshops-and-events


2 responses to “Diagnostic Test Accuracy (DTA) Author training

  1. Jared says:

    Hi, for those of us not currently affiliated, can you share more insight into fee for entry?

    • cszg says:

      Hello,

      The fee is not monetary. To join Cochrane as an author you need to become an Author for one of the Groups. Ours is the Cochrane Schizophrenia Group. Authors join systematic review authoring teams to work together to produce an evidence based review (e.g. of a particular drug for treating schizophrenia) to aid clinicians and the general public to make well informed decisions when prescribing medication or agreeing to take it. If you would like to join our Group please see our website for details: http://szg.cochrane.org/joining-group. Alternatively you can check out the other Cochrane groups at: http://www.cochrane.org/contact/review-groups

      I hope this helps. If you need any more advice please feel free to drop me an email on angelique.bodart@nottingham.ac.uk

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