As part of our research methods service, we offer monthly workshops on preparing literature reviews. At the workshop, we introduce you to various types of reviews and guide you through the core steps of preparing them. Based on the experience and needs of the participants, we will cover different types of reviews, including (but not limited to) systematic reviews, scoping reviews, and rapid reviews. The workshops consist of a mix of instructions and workshop activities and include time for individual guidance, for example in relation to formulating the research question or assessing risk of bias. The workshops are free of charge and open for students and researchers preparing a literature review.
Find more information on our systematic review workshops here.
We also offer both short-term and long-term individual guidance on finding, evaluating and synthesizing research evidence. This service is aimed for students and researchers based in Denmark preparing a Cochrane systematic review (including diagnostic test accuracy reviews).
Additionally, we offer support and guidance to employees in the Region of Southern Denmark and to employees and students at the University of Southern Denmark on:
- Preparing systematic reviews with or without meta-analysis (including network meta-analysis)
- Guidance on what type of review is relevant for your research question
- Developing scoping reviews and other forms of evidence synthesis e.g. umbrella reviews and rapid reviews