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  1. Systematic Reviews of Diagnostic Test Accuracy Studies Workshop- Lund, Sweden

    21 January 2020 to 22 January 2020
    This 2-day workshop, organised by Cochrane Sweden, is targeted at people who need to make decisions about diagnostic tests. It forms a coherent basis for systematically reviewing, analysing and interpreting diagnostic evidence. Target audience The worksho ...
  2. RoB 2.0: A revised tool to assess risk of bias in randomized trials

    30 January 2020
    This webinar, organised by Cochrane Ireland, will introduce the revised tool and discuss its development and application, highlighting the major changes from the original tool. A guided walk-through of some of the key domains will also be presented. Prese ...
  3. Building trust and sharing power for co-creation in Aboriginal health research

    31 January 2020
    Historically, Aboriginal health research in Australia has been problematic and has often been exploitative, invasive and little regard given for the diversity of Aboriginal cultures, knowledges, values, kinship and spiritualty. This non-participatory appr ...
  4. “Narrative synthesis” of quantitative effect data in Cochrane reviews: current issues and ways forward

    4 February 2020
    This is the first of two related webinars aimed at review authors and editors, about improving transparent reporting of synthesis without meta-analysis of effect sizes (Webinar 2: Reporting guidelines for synthesis without meta-analysis). In this webinar, ...
  5. Experiences from implementation of PPI in healthcare research in Denmark 2009-2019

    5 February 2020
    Implementation of Patient & Public Involvement (PPI) in research on a national level always represents a balance between a top down and a bottom up approach. The introduction of PPI in Denmark has been regularly monitored over the last decade. In this ...
  6. Presenting network meta-analysis results in Summary of Findings Tables

    11 February 2020
    This is the fourth webinar in our NMA Learning Live Webinar series, which will discuss the GRADE approach and show examples from reviews. The current recommendations for SoF tables will also be presented. This session is intended for people who are intere ...
  7. Dig a little deeper – using Clinical Study Reports for systematic Reviews: Freiburg, Germany

    12 febrero 2020
    When working with journal published studies, authors of systematic reviews often reach a limit, because not all available studies are always published. Reporting in journals can also be incomplete and distorted. Clinical Study Reports (CSRs) could be a re ...
  8. No Choice of Outcomes About us Without us!

    27 February 2020
    Are you passionate about using patient important outcomes in research? Do you want to learn how agreeing such outcomes with key stakeholders leads to the development of a core outcome set- helping reduce waste and improving the quality of research? Then c ...
  9. How to read a systematic review paper? Bojnord, Iran

    Africa and the Middle East
    4 March 2020 to 5 March 2020
    This workshop, organised by Cochrane Iran, is part of series of workshops that will be held in nearly all parts of Iran. This series of workshops will include interactive lectures, group discussions, and practical exercises. This is the 24th workshop in t ...
  10. GRADE Guideline Development Workshop: Phoenix, Arizona, USA

    North and South America
    4 March 2020 to 6 March 2020
    The Guideline Development Workshop is sponsored by the U.S. GRADE network, an entity of the GRADE working group. The U.S. GRADE network mission is to conduct both basic and advanced GRADE workshops to disseminate best practices in guideline development as ...