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A practical introduction to systematic reviews

This presentation will provide a comprehensive and step-by-step guide on how to conduct a systematic review, including the latest programs and AI available to help you through the process.

Dr Natasha Reid

Dr Natasha Reid is a research fellow and behavioural scientist with the Australian Frailty Network and Centre for Health Services Research at the University of Queensland.

Natasha specialises in research aiming to understand and influence frailty and quality of life in older adults across settings from community to long-term care, cancer and acute-care patients. Having worked across secondary data analysis to primary data collection and intervention, Natasha’s experience includes complex data analysis as well as both individual and systems-level behaviour change strategies.

Natasha helps support students at varying levels of their studies in research methodology and data analysis. She sits on several boards and committees, including the executive leadership boards of the Australian Frailty Network and the Australia and New Zealand Society for Sarcopenia and Frailty and Research.

Natasha’s Frailty Nexus presentation will provide a comprehensive and step-by-step guide on how to conduct a systematic review, including the latest programs and AI available to help you through the process. The presentation will feature a list of essential resources to be able to conduct a new review, as well as guidance on critically appraising published systematic reviews.

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