Workshops 2

Workshop 2 : Day 1- 23 September, Tuesday,  Time:15.30 pm to 17.00 pm
IDTitleContact person
W13Comparing multiple treatments 2: statistical methods for network meta-analysisAnna Chaimani 
W17Creating impact: strategies and resources for improving dissemination and communication of Cochrane contentNancy Owens 
W19Developing plain language summaries for Cochrane diagnostic test accuracy (DTA) reviewsClare Davenport 
W22Engaging at events through social media Holly Millward 
W31How to develop brief economic commentaries for Cochrane intervention reviewsIan Shemilt 
W34Identifying participants with missing outcome data in trials included in systematic reviews: challenges and suggested solutionsElie Akl 
W36Individual participant data (IPD) meta-analysis of risk prediction studiesKarel Moons 
W37Integrating quantitative and qualitative research evidence: mixed-method synthesis approaches for complex reviews Karin Hannes 
W41Introduction to meta-analysis 2: meta-analysis of binary and continuous outcomesJoseph Beyene 
W45Introduction to the Cochrane Register of Studies Online (CRSO) Ruth Foxlee 
W46Linking risk of bias, GRADE tools and 'Summary of findings' tables: moving from single trees to the forest Alain Mayhew 
W54Performance analysis: improving the pace and accuracy of production of systematic reviewsClive Adams 
W55Plagiarism: Cochrane’s policy and its applicationHarriet MacLehose 
W56Practical approaches to building capacity for Cochrane branches and evidence-informed health policy-making in resource-limited settingsSangeeta Rana 
W57Preventing over-diagnosis and over-treatmentAnita Jain 
W58Prioritisation: how can we meet the Strategy to 2020 target and what does it mean for individual Cochrane Review Groups?David Tovey 
W61Producing and using generic decision aids linked to evidence summaries and guideline recommendations to enhance shared-decision making in clinical consultationsPer Olav Vandvik 
W66Searching for studies for inclusion in Cochrane ReviewsCarol Lefebvre 
W16Core outcome sets for randomised trials and systematic reviewsMike Clarke
W77Using MECIR standards in the conduct of systematic reviews, with emphasis on associated common errors Marialena Trivella