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Cardiff University Systematic Review Network – SysNet Inaugural Lecture/Conference.
You are invited to attend and participate in the SysNet Inaugural Lecture/Conference.
Date: Monday 23 April 2012, 10.30am-4.00pm
Location: Glamorgan Buildings – Council Chamber and Committee Rooms 1 and 2, Cardiff University. King Edward VII Ave, Cardiff CF10 3WT
The lecture will be given by Sir Iain Chalmers – “Systematic reviews – informing policy and practice”
In the afternoon there will be short presentations on systematic reviews, award for the best poster and opportunity to network with colleagues. See here for the programme
Lunch and refreshments will be provided. Even though the event is free to Cardiff University staff and students, places will be limited so booking essential.
To reserve your place complete the registration form and to participate in the poster presentation, please use the form below to submit an abstract. This will be your opportunity to show case your systematic review research. Conference Registration form