Systematic reviews automation and technology enablers

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High quality systematic reviews of up-to-date evidence are critical to inform clinical care and population health policies, program and practice. However significant resources and expertise are required to conduct them. Much research and many tools, including machine learning and artificial intelligence, have been developed to streamline the systematic review process and reduce resource and expertise requirements. The webinar aims to outline these tools, present supporting evidence, and share insights gained from their application.

Presenter Dr Rebecca Hodder is a NHMRC Early Career Research Fellow at the School of Medicine and Public Health at the University of Newcastle, and a Program Manager at Hunter New England Population Health with over 17 years’ experience in the implementation and evaluation of large-scale chronic disease prevention programs.

This event is presented by the National Centre of Implementation Science (NCOIS) that is a member of the Collaboration for Enhanced Research Impact (CERI).

About CERI

The Collaboration for Enhanced Research Impact (CERI) is a joint initiative between the Prevention Centre and several NHMRC Centres of Research Excellence, established in June 2020 to enhance the profile and impact of chronic disease prevention in Australia. We are working together to find alignment in the policy and practice implications of our work and to develop shared communications across our various projects and participating centres.


CERI develop shared communication across research projects and participating centres.