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Led by Professor Andrea Cipriani the 3-day interactive course will give participants knowledge and practical skills on how to understand, critically appraise and publish a network meta-analysis.

This course will include lectures, group work, hands-on tutorials and supervised statistical sessions. It is aimed at clinicians, researchers and policy makers. 

An international team of experts will lead participants through a series of focused sessions including:

  • An introduction to meta-analysis, indirect comparisons and mixed-treatment comparisons (theory, practice) 
  • Protocol for Network Meta-Analysis 
  • Understanding statistical analyses in Network Meta-Analysis 
  • Performing Network Meta-Analysis with Research and how to present the results 
  • Evaluating the confidence in Network Meta-Analysis: the CINeMA framework 
  • How to write the Network Meta-Analysis manuscript and reply to peer reviewers’ comments 
  • Combining RCTs and observational studies in Network Meta-Analysis
  • Network Meta-Analysis for timely decision making
  • Individual Patient Data Network Meta-Analysis and component Network Meta-Analysis

Expert speakers:

  • Andrea Cipriani, (UK)
  • Orestis Efthimiou (Switzerland)
  • Stefan Leucht (Germany)
  • Huseyin Naci (US)
  • Georgia Salanti (Switzerland)

FEES: £1,400 (students £1,200), incl. slides, lunch, scientific material and Gala Dinner.

Early bird registration by 30/04/2019: £1,200 (students £1,000).

The 3-day interactive course will be held at the Department of Psychiatry, Warneford Hospital, Oxford.

For more information and to request a copy of the full programme please email: cebmh.oxford@psych.ox.ac.uk.

To register, click here

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