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    ‘Summary of findings’ tables in network meta-analysis (NMA)

    In these videos from a  Cochrane Learning Live  webinar, Juan José Yepes-Nuñez and Holger J Schünemann show how to interpret findings of network meta-analysis (NMA) through a NMA ‘Summary of findings’ (SoF) tables developed based on principles of the GRAD ...
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    Making sense in systematic reviews of complex interventions

    Systematic reviews and meta-analyses of complex interventions raise conceptual and methodological challenges. Traditional methods often do not adequately address these. In these videos, orginally part of the Cochrane Learning Live and GESI webinar series, ...
  3. Systematic reviews and meta-analyses of diagnostic test accuracy: Birmingham, United Kingdom

    Short courses
    Europe
    19 September 2018 to 21 September 2018
    This three-day course is organised jointly by faculty from the University of Birmingham and the University of Amsterdam. The course is designed for individuals undertaking health technology assessment, health service researchers and healthcare professiona ...
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    Undertaking a qualitative evidence synthesis to support decision-making in a Cochrane context

    In these videos, originally part of the Cochrane Learning Live and GESI web inar series, Jane Noyes presented three qualitative evidence synthesis methods for discussion that were outlined in the New Cochrane Qualitative and Implementation Methods Guidanc ...
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    Allowing for uncertainty due to missing outcome data in meta-analysis

    Missing outcome data are commonly encountered in clinical trials and may compromise the validity of the estimat ed treatment effects. Meta-analysts typically assume that the missing data problem has been solved at the meta-analysis level and conduct an av ...
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    Meta-analysis of time-to-event data

    Time-to-event data, such as time to death or time to first seizure, are commonly used outcomes in medical research to summarise the length of time taken for a particular event of interest to occur. In these videos, originally part of the Cochrane Learning ...

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