Network meta-analysis

Network meta-analysis
Network meta-analysis
 

1. Methods

A new approach to evaluating loop inconsistency in network meta-analysis [June 2022]
Dr Becky Turner, MRC Clinical Trials Unit at UCL, London.
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The ROB-MEN tool to evaluate the risk of bias due to missing evidence in network meta-analysis [May 2022]
Virginia Chiocchia, PhD candidate in Epidemiology & Biostatistics, Institute of Social and Preventive Medicine (ISPM), University of Bern.
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Network meta-analysis on disconnected evidence networks: What can be done? [August 2020]
Howard Thom, Lecturer in health economics and Research Fellow in statistical modelling, University of Bristol
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Identifying Effective Components of Complex Interventions: Component Network Meta-Analysis [April 2020]
Nicky J. Welton, Professor in Statistical and Health Economic Modelling (University of Bristol). Director, NICE Guidelines Technical Support Unit
Dr. Deborah M. Caldwell, Senior Lecturer in Public Health (University of Bristol). Co-convenor, Comparing Multiple Interventions Methods Group & Deputy Director, NICE Guidelines Technical Support Unit
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GRADE approach to rate the certainty of evidence from Network Meta-Analysis and Summary of Findings Tables [February 2020]
Holger Schünemann, professor, Department of Health Research Methods, Evidence & Impact and Department of Medicine, McMaster University
Dr. Romina Brignardello-Petersen, Assistant Professor, Department of Health Research Methods, Evidence, & Impact, McMaster University
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CINeMA – Confidence in network meta-analysis [January 2020]
Georgia Salanti, associate professor in Biostatistics and Epidemiology, University of Bern
Theodore Papakonstantinou, postdoctoral researcher, University of Bern
Adriani Nikolakopoulou, postdoctoral researcher, University of Bern
Virginia Chiocchia, PhD student in Biostatistics, University of Bern
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Question formulation and protocol development for systematic reviews with network meta-analysis [November 2019]
Anna Chaimani, co-convenor, Cochrane Statistical Methods Group & Cochrane Comparing Multiple Interventions Methods Group
Dr. Tianjing Li, Associate Professor with tenure, Department of Ophthalmology, University of Colorado, Denver, USA
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'Summary of findings' tables in network meta-analysis (NMA) [February 2018]
Juan José Yepes-Nuñez and Holger J Schünemann, Department of Health Research Methods, Evidence, and Impact (HEI), McMaster University, Canada
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A comparison of arm-based and contrast-based approaches to network meta-analysis [June 2017]
Ian White, University College London, UK
Dr Emily Karahalios, Monash University, Australia
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2. Tools

NMAstudio: a fully interactive tool for network meta-analyses [February 2022]
Silvia Metelli, Marie Skołodowska-Curie Individual Fellow at Université de Paris.
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MetaInsight: The Complex Review Support Unit (CRSU) network meta-analysis (NMA) web-based app [December 2019]
Alex Sutton & Yiqiao Xin, members of the NIHR Complex Review Support Unit
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3. Dissemination and editorial considerations

How to disseminate reviews with network meta-analysis (NMA) [May 2020]
Andrea Cipriani, Professor of Psychiatry and NIHR Research Professor at the Department of Psychiatry, University of Oxford. Honorary Consultant Psychiatrist, Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust
Gill Norman, research fellow, University of Manchester. Editor, author and methodologist, Cochrane Wounds
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Editorial considerations in reviews with network meta-analysis [March 2020]
Kerry Dwan, methods support unit lead and statistical editor, Cochrane Editorial and Methods Department
Liz Bickerdike, Associate Editor, Acute & Emergency Care Network and the Abdomen & Endocrine Network
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Aside from this webinar collection, we have an online learning module Introducing network meta-analysis as part of Cochrane Interactive Learning.