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Table 1 Systematic review and map training endorsed by The Collaboration for Environmental Evidence undertaken in 2017 to date

From: Much at stake: the importance of training and capacity building for stakeholder engagement in evidence synthesis

Course title Course typea Location Date Provider
Systematic review and map methodology Commissioned Lund University, Lund, Sweden 16–17th February 2017 Mistra EviEM
Introduction to systematic reviews and map Commissioned Pontifical Catholic University of Chile, Santiago, Chile 3rd April 2017 Independent trainers
Systematic review and map methodology Commissioned Pontifical Catholic University of Chile, Santiago, Chile 4–5th April 2017 Independent trainers
Systematic review and map methodology Commissioned Global Evidence Synthesis Initiative, American University of Beirut, Beirut, Lebanon 1–2nd June Mistra EviEM
Systematic review and map methodology Closed Stockholm Environment Institute, Nairobi, Kenya 12–13th June 2017 Mistra EviEM
Systematic review and map methodology Closed Stockholm Environment Institute, Bangkok, Thailand 12–13th June 2017 Mistra EviEM
  1. aOpen courses are those that are arranged by the providers with participation open to the public. Closed courses are those arranged by the providers with participation by invitation only. Commissioned courses are those that are arranged and funded by an external organisation