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Led by Professor Andrea Cipriani, this 3-day interactive course will help participants to understand, write and critically appraise a network meta-analysis. It is aimed at clinicians, researchers and policy makers.

The 3-day course will comprise of lectures, group work and hands-on tutorials, as well as, supervised statistical sessions.

The international team of experts working with course participants includes:

  • Andrea Cipriani - UK
  • Orestis Efthimious - Switzerland
  • Toshi A Furukawa - Japan
  • Georgia Salanti - Switzerland
  • Stefan Leucht - Germany
  • Huseyin Naci - UK

 

FEES: £1,500 (PhD or University students £1,300), incl. slides, scientific materials, lunch, welcome drinks and a Gala Dinner (Oxford College).

Early bird registration by 30/04/2020 for £1,300 (PhD or University students £1,100).

For more information and a programme, please contact cebmh.oxford@psych.ox.ac.uk or register here.

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