This workshop takes a step-by-step approach to the practical tasks of conducting and reporting a new Systematic Review to answer a question about the effects of an intervention
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This fundamental day is for investigators wishing to gain knowledge on aspects of clinical research design, methods, conduct and interpretation
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Overview: This course takes a step-by-step approach to the tasks and methods involved in conducting a new Systematic Review to answer a question about the effects of an intervention. Topics include: Define the research question to inform the scope of the review Plan the methods Setting eligibility criteria for including studies in the review Selecting outcomes … Continue reading Systematic Reviews of Interventions, June 2016
As part of our continuing efforts to support clinicians and researchers, ECEBM is organizing a Manuscript Writing Day. It builds on the premise that the scientific article is a carefully constructed document that plays an essential role in the creation and dissemination of scientific knowledge
Early bird registration has ended on 4-February-2016. Because of the limitation of participants we cannot guarantee any vacant places at the course for on-site registrations. If you are considering registering on-site, please contact the course Secretariat for vacancy and fees
A special method of meta-analysis known as multiple treatments meta-analysis (MTM) is suited to the practical issues addressed by overviews of reviews. However, MTM (also known as ‘network meta-analysis’, or ‘multiple treatments comparisons’ (‘MTC’) meta-analysis) relies on a strong assumption that studies of different comparisons are similar in all ways other than the interventions being compared.
Title: Evidence Synthesis: A Systematic Approach to Literature Review Date: 3-4 December 2015 Venue: The Training & Education Enhancement Center, Ain Shams University Hospitals Topics include: Define the research question to inform the scope of the review Plan the methods Setting eligibility criteria for including studies in the review Selecting outcomes to be addressed for studies included in the review … Continue reading Evidence Synthesis, Dec 2015