Lecture 6A: Qualitative Synthesis and Interpreting Results Section A

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HH

Apr 25, 2019

It is a good courses if you would like to get an idea about systematic review and meta-analysis. It also help the student to read systematic review critically and evaluate its quality.

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May 15, 2017

This is a really nice detailed course with tons of examples, if you can afford, please pay them or purchase of the course instead of auditing. I hope I will be able to purchase it.

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Minimizing Metabias, Qualitative Synthesis, and Interpreting Results
In this module, we will cover minimizing metabias, selection bias, information bias, how to report transparently, qualitative synthesis, and interpreting results.

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  • Tianjing Li, MD, MHS, PHD

    Tianjing Li, MD, MHS, PHD

    Assistant Professor, Epidemiology
  • Kay Dickersin, PhD

    Kay Dickersin, PhD

    Professor, Epidemiology

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