|Thursday 10th February 2022||09:00-10:00 (GMT)||Developing your implications for research section||Toby Lasserson|
|Thursday 10th March 2022||16:00-17:00 (GMT)||Summary of findings table common errors||Rachel Richardson|
|Thursday 14th April 2022||09:00-10:00 (BST)||A checklist and guide for defining the questions to be addressed in the synthesis of public health intervention reviews||Jo McKenzie, Sue Brennan and Miranda Cumpston|
|Thursday 12th May 2022||16:00-17:00 (BST)||Writing up Risk of Bias 2||Rachel Richardson and Kerry Dwan|
|Thursday 9th June 2022||09:00-10:00 (BST)||Preferred and accepted risk of bias tools for assessing bias in non-randomised studies of interventions||Michele Hilton Boon|
|Thursday 14th July 2022||16:00-17:00 (BST)||Writing up reviews with network meta-analysis||Kerry Dwan|
|Thursday 11th August 2022||Rescheduled to November due to holidays|
|Thursday 8th September 2022||16:00-17:00 (BST)||What makes a good discussion section||Nuala Livingstone|
|Thursday 13th October 2022||09:00-10:00 (BST)||Interpretation of subgroup analyses||Marty Chaplin|
|Thursday 10th November 2022||09:00-10:00 (GMT)||Development of materials to facilitate implementation of methods for presentation and statistical synthesis when data are not amenable to meta-analysis||Jo McKenzie and Sue Brennan|
|Thursday 8th December 2022||09:00-10:00 (GMT)||
Assessing imprecision and inconsistency in GRADE
|Leslie Choi||Register here|
|Thursday 12th January 2023||09:00-10:00 (GMT)||How to approach writing a Background section||Toby Lasserson||Register here|
|Thursday 9th February 2023||09:00-10:00 (GMT)||Risk of Bias 2: Good practice and common errors||Rachel Richardson||Register here|
Previous web clinic recordings are available here.
Each month, Cochrane Review authors and Cochrane Review Group staff are invited to join a 60 minute web clinic hosted by Cochrane's Methods Support Unit, based within the Evidence Production and Methods Directorate, to discuss methodological questions during the production of Cochrane Protocols and Reviews.
The first half of the session is dedicated to a specific topic which has been requested by the audience or identified through the work of the Methods Support Unit. An invited speaker will present on the issue and there will be time for questions and discussion. In the second half of the session, audience members can discuss specific methodological questions they have about their Cochrane Protocols and Reviews (please submit these to the Methods Support Unit is advance below). Depending on the queries submitted, representatives from Cochrane’s Methods Group may be invited. If you have any general questions about the clinics or would like to propose a topic, please contact us via firstname.lastname@example.org.
These web clinics are organised by the Methods Support Unit. Depending on the queries submitted, representatives from Cochrane’s Methods Group may be invited.
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