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Led by Professor Andrea Cipriani, this course is specifically designed for psychiatrists, psychologists, mental health professionals, pharmacists and researchers in neuroscience and related disciplines.

This 3-day course offers an engaging programme of lectures, group work, hands-on tutorials and supervised statistical sessions.

It will be held at the Department of Psychiatry, Warneford Hospital, Oxford.


The programme is as follows:

Day 1 - Protocol, search strategy and statistical analysis

Day 2 - Systematic review & meta-analysis of RCTs

Day 3 - Meta-analysis of observational studies and individual patient data meta-analysis


The course Director and main speaker: Professor Andrea Cipriani (Oxford)

Guest speaker: Professor Samuele Cortses (Southampton)

Tutors: Dr Anneka Tomlinson and Dr Franco De Crescenzo (Oxford) 


FEES: £850 (Students & NHS employees £750), incl. slides, course materials and a Gala Dinner.

Early bird registration before 31/01/2020 £750 (Students and NHS employees £650).

For more information please contact or register here.

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