Training

EviEM has a wealth of experience of planning and conducting systematic reviews and maps. In addition, we also have considerable experience of designing and providing a range of different training courses in systematic review and mapping methods.

We provide two main types of training: courses to raise awareness of systematic reviews and maps and how they can be applied, suitable for all stakeholders, and courses in methodology, aimed at providing the skills necessary to undertake or critically appraise a systematic review or systematic map. EviEM can also provide tailored presentations, workshops and short courses in a range of evidence synthesis methods, from pilot studies to full systematic reviews.

Traning in February 2014. From left: Matilda Miljand, Helene Bracht Jørgensen, Jon Moen, Cales Bernes and Per Larsson. Photo: Anna Metzger

Traning in February 2014. From left: Matilda Miljand, Helene Bracht Jørgensen, Jon Moen, Cales Bernes and Per Larsson. Photo: Anna Metzger

EviEM can provide training in systematic reviews that is endorsed by the Collaboration for Environmental Evidence (CEE), and our courses and Project Managers are individually endorsed by CEE. Our Project Managers are also involved in the CEE Training Methods Group, which coordinates the training activities of CEE as a whole.

Please contact us if you would like to enquire about any of our training.