Cochrane Australia Learning Week offers opportunities to explore new developments in systematic review methods, dissemination and production.
Select up to five of the following full day courses throughout Learning Week.
All courses run from 9am to 5pm at the Melbourne Parkview Hotel.
Registration closes on Monday 29 May.
Learning Week registration fees are based on the number of courses you attend – the more courses you attend the greater the discount:
|> One course||$350|
|> Two courses||$550|
|> Three courses||$720|
|> Four or five courses||$850|
Fees are inclusive of GST and include course materials, morning and afternoon tea, and lunch. For more details and online registration visit our Registration page. Please note that registration closes this Monday 29 May.
Our presenters are experienced systematic review authors and have a range of methodological expertise.
Learning Week Courses will be held at the Melbourne Parkview Hotel, 552 St Kilda Road, Melbourne.
Melbourne Parkview Hotel
There are many public transport options for travel to the Parkview, with tram stop 25 at the front door. Visit Public Transport Victoria’s Journey Planner website to find the best option. If you’d like to drive, parking is available at the Parkview for $15 a day or there’s metered parking on St Kilda Road.
Questions? Drop us a line below or contact us on +61 3 9903 0366.
About Cochrane Australia
Cochrane is a global, independent, not-for-profit organisation. We work together to make the vast amounts of evidence generated through research useful and accessible for individuals, organisations and governments around the world. Cochrane produces trusted health information in the form of systematic reviews (published in the Cochrane Library) that are free from commercial sponsorship and other conflicts of interest.
Cochrane Australia supports contributors to Cochrane around the country, primarily by providing education and learning opportunities. We also undertake research, consultancy, advocate for evidence-informed health policies and practices, and foster local engagement with the global Cochrane network.