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  1. Mixed Methods Systematic Review and Searching the Evidence Courses: University of Leeds, UK

    Short courses
    Europe
    21 January 2019 to 23 January 2019
    This course, jointly organised by the University of Leeds and the EPPI-Centre UCL, will explore the current thinking on approaches to mixed methods systematic reviews. Mixed methods systematic reviews combine qualitative and quantitative evidence to answe ...
  2. Introduction to new Cochrane Handbook for Systematic Reviews of Interventions (Version 6)

    Webinars
    29 January 2019
    In this webinar, Julian Higgins and James Thomas – Senior Editors of the Version 6 of the Cochrane Handbook – will present the new Handbook, explain how it was developed and how it is organized online and in the printed version (to be published in 2019). ...
  3. How to read a systematic review paper? Mashhad, Iran

    Workshop
    Africa and the Middle East
    30 January 2019 to 31 January 2019
    This workshop, organised by Cochrane Iran, is a part of series of workshops that will be held in almost every part of Iran. This series of workshops will include interactive lectures, group discussions and practical exercises. This is the sixth workshop i ...
  4. Introduction to Cochrane Methodology Workshop: Gothenburg, Sweden

    Workshop
    Europe
    5 February 2019 to 6 February 2019
    Cochrane Sweden and Cochrane Norway welcome you to a 2-day workshop on basic Cochrane Methodology. The workshop is organized in cooperation with the Unit of Primary Healthcare, Department of Public Health and Community Medicine, Sahlgrenska Academy, Unive ...
  5. Practical methods for handling missing summary statistics in meta-analysis of continuous outcomes

    Webinars
    5 febrero 2019
    Meta-analysis requires either appropriate summary statistics or individual participant data to be available. For continuous outcomes, incomplete reporting of the mean and standard deviation (SD) required for meta-analysis potentially introduces bias and i ...
  6. How to read a systematic review paper? Arak, Iran

    Workshop
    Africa and the Middle East
    6 February 2019 to 7 February 2019
    This workshop, organised by Cochrane Iran, is a part of series of workshops that will be held in almost every part of Iran. This series of workshops will include interactive lectures, group discussions and practical exercises. This is the seventh workshop ...
  7. Introduction to the new Cochrane Equity Content Strategy

    Webinars
    19 February 2019
    Health equity is the absence of avoidable and unfair differences in health. Cochrane Reviews can inform decision making by considering the distribution of effects in the population and implications for equity. In this webinar, Jennifer Petkovic and Vivian ...
  8. Practical Issues in Producing Network Meta-Analyses for HTA: York, UK

    Workshop
    Europe
    20 February 2019 to 21 February 2019
    Indirect treatment comparisons (ITC) and mixed treatment comparisons (MTC), collectively referred to as Network Meta-Analysis (NMA), are increasingly used in health technology assessment. They are statistical techniques to synthesise available direct and ...
  9. Using the GRADE approach to summarise evidence for policy and practice: Melbourne, Australia

    Workshop
    Asia and the Pacific
    27 February 2019
    This one-day course, organised by Cochrane Australia, is designed for systematic review authors and others involved in evidence syntheses. It covers the main principles of the GRADE (Grading of Recommendations Assessment, Development and Evaluation) appro ...
  10. The 10th Guideline Development Workshop: special focus on GRADE for Diagnosis: Denver, USA

    Workshop
    North and South America
    27 February 2019 to 1 March 2019
    Venue:   The Brown Palace Hotel and Spa About the guideline conference 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 GR ...

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