CINeMA – Confidence in Network meta-analysis

In these videos from a Cochrane Learning Live webinar, Georgia Salanti and Theodore Papakonstantinou from the Institute of Social and Preventive Medicine, University of Bern, Switzerland present the CINeMA (Confidence in Network Meta-analysis) framework and web aplication developed to judge the confidence that can be placed in results obtained from a network meta-analysis by adapting and extending the GRADE domains (study limitations, inconsistency, indirectness, imprecision and publication bias).

The webinar was delivered in October 2017. Below you will find slides from the webinar [PDF] as well as edited videos covering:

  1. Introduction to the CINeMA framework and web application
  2. Study limitations and indirectness
  3. Imprecision
  4. Inconsistency and publication bias
  5. Questions and answers

     

Part 1: Introduction to the CINeMA framework and web application


Part 2: Study limitations and indirectness


Part 3: Imprecision


Part 4: Inconsistency and publication bias


Part 5: Questions and answers


 

Author information: 
Salanti, Georgia; Papakonstantinou, Theodoros; Sambunjak, Dario