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How to appraise, interpret and publish a network meta-analysis

Wolfson College Oxford
Wolfson College Oxford

A 3-day course for clinicians, researchers and policy makers wishing to expand their knowledge of indirect and mixed treatment comparisons in the context of clinical effectiveness evaluation.


Course highlights:

•Key features of network meta-analysis (NMA) & underlying methodological assumptions
•Critical appraisal of NMA
•Clinical questions in the context of NMA
•Write a NMA protocol
•Writing the manuscript
•Presenting NMA results
•How to reply to peer reviewers
•STATA workshop

Speakers:  Tianjing Li, Stefan Leucht, Georgia Salanti, Toshi Furukawa, Anna Chaimani, John Geddes, Andrea Cipriani


The course takes place at Wolfson College, with formal lectures and small group activities

Course fee (all inclusive): £1300 (students £1000). Fee includes slides & scientific material, 2-night accommodation/breakfast/lunch at Wolfson College (free wifi)*, Gala Dinner at Merton College. 

Course fee (without accommodation): £1200 (students £900).

*Extra-night(s) accommodation at Wolfson College available on a first come, first served basis.

                                                                                           Course Director: Andrea Cipriani


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