Análisis desenlaces dicotómicos: trainers' materials

Descripción

This training resource is in Spanish. Versions in English and Korean are also available.

This set of training materials about analysing dichotomous outcomes can be used in your workshops and adapted to your needs. 

To analyse the results of the studies included in your systematic review, you will need to understand the different kinds of data you may encounter. The slidecast presentation is an introduction to analysing dichotomous or binary data. It can be downloaded as a PowerPoint presentation for your own training purposes.

A downloadable content map includes references for trainers as to where accompanying material is available (such as reference to appropriate sections in the Cochrane Handbook).

The policy on using standard training materials is available here.

Después de utilizar este recurso, debería ser capaz de:
  • Differentiate the concepts of risk and odds for dichotomous outcomes
  • Calculate effect measures (risk ratio, odds ratio, risk difference) for dichotomous outcomes from a 2x2 table
  • Interpret the calculated effect measures and express them in words
  • Identify the data needed for analysing dichotomous outcomes
  • Prepare a training session on analysing dichotomous outcomes
Información sobre el autor: 
Cumpston, Miranda
Acknowledgements: 

Estamos agradecidos a los miembros de la Red Cochrane Iberoamericana que contribuyeron de manera altruista a la traducción de los Standard Trainning materials: Alicia Alemán (Uruguay), Abel Ernesto González Vélez (España), Alejandro Gabriel González Garay (México), Anna Selva (España), Carlos Cuello (México), Diana Rodríguez (Perú), Elizabeth Infante (Venezuela), Fátima Izquierdo (España), Gabriel Rada (Chile), Hernando Gaitán (Colombia), Iván Solà Arnau (España), Jesús Fernández Tabera (España), Marcela Cortés (Chile), Marcela Torres Amaya (Colombia), Marta Roqué (España), Mercedes Guerra (España), Nelcy Rodríguez (Colombia), Ricardo Rodríguez Barrientos (España), Rosa Mª Finizola (Venezuela), Sandra Aybar (Perú), Teresa Sanz Cuesta (España), y Virginia Rodríguez Funes (El Salvador). 

Gracias también al Centro Cochrane Iberoamericano (España), en especial a Jesús López-Alcalde, que coordinó la traducción de los materiales, y a Maroussia Tzanova por su apoyo administrativo.