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Evidence Gap Maps CPD

Gain an introduction to how EGMs are used to review evidence

Evidence Gap Maps programme

Date: Next date TBC

Venue: online 

About the programme

Mapping review and evidence gap maps (EGMs) are new tools being used in reviewing evidence. They help:

  • in cases where multiple types of intervention are evaluated
  • to provide a visual overview of evidence, representing types of interventions and outcomes
  • in identifying gaps in evidence and where future research should focus
  • to inform decision making in policy and practice

This course will:

  • provide an introduction to mapping reviews and EGMs
  • outline the gap-map methodology
  • include examples of how systematic reviews are used
  • give you an opportunity to work on developing an EGM

For further information

If you have any queries about our CPD programme please email llahub@ncl.ac.uk.