Covidence webinars are hosted by the Community Team. These sessions are available to everyone.

If you can't attend the live session, register anyway and we will send you a recording once the webinar ends.

If your organisation has an institutional subscription, speak to your librarian to organise a patron training session for your institution.

The webinars are free but spaces are limited, so reserve your spot today!


Covidence 101: Getting started

Covidence 101 gives an overview of the platform. We will walk you through the review process and highlight some of our most popular features. For an in-depth demo of a section of the platform, see the Covidence Step-by-step series.

🌐 Tuesday, March 28, 2023; 1 PM AEDT - Click here to register

🌐 Tuesday, April 18, 2023; 4PM BST - Click here to register

Can't wait that long? Listen to the recording of a recent Covidence 101  🍿

Step-by-step webinar series

In this series we take a deep dive. We will walk you through one section of the platform in detail. For an overview of the whole platform, check out Covidence 101: Getting started.

👣 Step 1: Setting up the review in Covidence - Click here to watch a recent recording.

👣 Step 2: Screening title and abstract and full-text in Covidence - Click here to watch a recent recording.

👣 Step 3: Full text retrieval in Covidence - TBC

👣 Step 4: Extracting data and assessing quality (Extraction 1) in Covidence - TBC

                   Extracting data and assessing quality (Extraction 2) in Covidence - TBC

👣 Step 5: Exporting data (Extraction 1) in Covidence - TBC

                   Exporting data (Extraction 2) in Covidence - TBC                   

👣 Step 6: PRISMA Reporting and Covidence - Thursday, April 20; 2 pm BST - Click here to register 

Community webinars

These sessions cover general interest topics for evidence enthusiasts. Have an idea for a webinar? Send us your suggestions

⚙️ Covidence x PRISMA Q&A: Better reporting - Thursday, March 30; 6PM AEDT - Click here to register

What have you always wanted to ask about the PRISMA 2020 statement?

The Preferred Reporting Items for Systematic Reviews and Meta-Analyses are key to the success of your review project. Working through the checklist and producing a flow diagram can raise many questions. This webinar is your chance to ask them. We will be joined by guest speaker Matthew J Page, lead author of the PRISMA 2020 statement.


You can view all the recordings of our previous webinars here.