In analysing the outcomes of the studies included in your systematic review, you may encounter some more challenging types of data and study designs, including ordinal and time-to-event data, rates, cross-over trials, cluster randomised trials and more. The slidecast presentation provides a brief introduction to identifying and meta-analysing these outcomes.
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- Use the generic inverse variance method of meta-analysis
- Identify and deal with non-standard data in studies included in a systematic review
- Decide how to analyse studies with more than two groups
- Identify and address unit-of-analysis issues in cluster-randomised and cross-over study designs
Compilado por Miranda Cumpston. Basado en materiales de Julian Higgins, Craig Ramsay, el Cochrane Statistical Methods Group y el Australasian Cochrane Centre. Aprobado por el Cochrane Methods Board
Traducido por Gabriel Rada, Marta Roquè y Jesús López-Alcalde.
Voz en off por Salomé Planas.