Bi-monthly Systematic Reviews Seminar Series
  • Peninsula Allied Health Centre, FF16

  • Plymouth Science Park (venue to be confirmed)

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The systematic reviews bi-monthly seminar series is an opportunity for staff, students and researchers at the University of Plymouth to present their work and learn from each others' expertise in evidence synthesis. If you would like to present your work, please email:

No RSVP is required for these events

23 October 2018, 1–2pm

A mixed methods systematic review on tenancy sustainment following homelessness: reflections and lessons learnt  

Room FF16, Peninsula Allied Health Centre (PAHC), Marjon campus

Leonie Boland   

Post-doctoral Research Fellow with the School of Health Professions, University of Plymouth.

Building on her PhD findings, Leonie is currently working on a project to model an occupational therapy intervention for tenancy sustainment following homelessness. Her talk will focus on the process and methods of conducting a mixed methods systematic review.  

December seminar

Speaker to be confirmed.

13 February 2019, 1–2pm

Katherine Turner will present her ongoing realist review into dementia friendly public transport.

Venue on Plymouth Science Park (tbc).

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