The Learning and Support Department is delighted to announce the full launch of all nine modules of its new, online introductory training course on how to conduct a systematic review of interventions, available at interactivelearning.cochrane.org.
The Cochrane Interactive Learning modules offer new learners the chance to embark on modular, interactive training on how to produce systematic reviews, and experienced authors and can refresh their skills with the latest guidance and best practice. Their modular design and technical coverage also make them an invaluable tool in supporting trainers and delivery of workshops across the Cochrane community.
Developed by world-leading experts in systematic review method, the modules offer dynamic, flexible and engaging content with nine modules and over 100 learning units, building knowledge for new and existing authors one step at a time. They provide clear explanations with stimulating interactions, quizzes, animations, examples and reference resources, and enable learners to tailor their learning experience, in their own time, and from anywhere in the world, from a laptop, tablet or phone.
Cochrane Authors will have free access to all the Cochrane Interactive Learning modules, as will Cochrane Editorial teams and Group staff (see here for a complete list). Residents of WHO Hinari A and B countries will also be eligible for free access.