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    Combining randomised and non-randomised evidence in network meta-analysis (NMA)

    This video presents three alternative methods that allow the inclusion of observational studies in an network meta-analysis (NMA) of randomized controlled trials (RCTs): the design-adjusted synthesis, the use of observational evidence as prior information ...
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    A network meta-analysis (NMA) toolkit

    Cochrane Comparing Multiple Intervention Methods Group compiled a suite of online materials and software tools for conducting network meta-analysis. You can find it through the link below. Analysing evidence Advanced methods Software and tools Other tools ...
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    Introduction to individual patient data (IPD) meta analysis

    In this video presentation, Matthias Egger from Institute of Social and Preventive Medicine, University of Bern, Switzerland, talks about advantages and disadvantages of IPD meta analysis. He provides an overview of statistical methods available for IPD m ...
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    Systematic reviews, meta-analyses and real world evidence: an introduction

    In this video presentation, Matthias Egger from Institute of Social and Preventive Medicine, University of Bern, Switzerland, gives an introduction to systematic reviews and meta-analysis, based on a real-life clinical example. Recognize the difference be ...
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    Searching for adverse effects

    In these videos from the  Cochrane Learning Live  webinar series, Dr Su Golder from  the Cochrane Adverse Effects Methods Group (CAEMG) provides guidance for review authors on the available data sources on adverse effects, and how to retrieve data for inc ...
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    Making Systematic Reviews policy-relevant

    In these videos from the  Cochrane Learning Live  webinar series in partnership with GESI: the Global Evidence Synthesis Initiative, Professor John Lavis, Canada Research Chair in Evidence-Informed Health Systems at McMaster University, describes the diff ...
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    A comparison of arm-based and contrast-based approaches to network meta-analysis

    The choice between arm-based and contrast-based network meta-analysis was, until recently, fairly clear. However, a new concept of arm-based network meta-analysis has been proposed, which has led to heated debate of the pros and cons of this new approach. ...
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    Cochrane Classmate: A tool for trainers

    These videos, original part of the Cochrane Learning Live webinar series, are for those interested in finding out more about Cochrane's exciting new training tool: Classmate.  The webinar is presented by Anna Noel-Storr from the Cochrane Crowd projec ...
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    Cochrane Editorial & Methods Department good practice guidance

    This set of documents was produced by Cochrane Editorial & Methods Department to help editors and authors to identify and avoid the common errors in conducting systematic reviews, especially around GRADE assessment of the certainty of evidence and cre ...
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    Knowledge synthesis for knowledge users

    In these videos from a  Cochrane Learning Live  webinar delivered in partnership with  GESI: the Global Evidence Synthesis Initiative, Dr Andrea C. Tricco discusses the importance of knowledge synthesis, different types of knowledge syntheses and how to s ...

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