The People’s Review
Research methodology - systematic reviews
What is the research about?
This research is conducting a systematic review with a difference.
A systematic review finds and then brings together all the research evidence about a specific topic. The aim is to see whether the evidence can be combine together to work out what the overall conclusion is about the topic.
This systematic review is different because the health topic will be chosen by the public and the public will be involved throughout the whole review in making decisions on what the next step should be.
This opportunity is to join the Steering Group for the research.
Involvement Opportunity Details
6 meetings per year
Contact between meetings:
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A Facebook page / Phone Calls
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University of Galway
Health Research Board
Interested in this PPI Opportunity?
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