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Web seminar: How to do a Meta Analysis

Web seminar: How to do a Meta Analysis

21 August 2013

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Join our web seminar on How to do a Meta Analysis led by IDEAS Statistician Dr Elizabeth Allen.

This web seminar will look at meta analysis. It will include a discussion of the purpose and rationale behind meta analysis and how to plan and conduct a meta analysis.

It will highlight some of the issues involved and how study design and good practice can influence results. A number of examples of recent meta analyses will be discussed.

How do I join?

To take part in the web seminar you need a headset with a microphone, a computer, internet connection and the latest Java update installedOn 21 August 2013 sign into the web seminar at 9:30am BST/UK time via this link.

If possible, please email alice.curham@lshtm.ac.uk and krystyna.makowiecka@lshtm.ac.uk to let us know you will be joining.

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21 Aug: How to do a Meta Analysis - Dr Elizabeth Allen*
18 Sept: Literature discussion: (subject to be agreed)
23 Oct: Subject-specific seminar: (responding to suggestions)
20 Nov: How to write a research paper - Dr Tanya Marchant *
18 Dec: Literature discussion: (subject to be agreed)

When? Every third Wednesday of the Month.
Who? Anyone interested can join if they register beforehand.
What time? 10:00 - 11:00 GMT/BST (depending on the time of year).

Please email alice.curham@lshtm.ac.uk and krystyna.makowiecka@lshtm.ac.uk and let us know which web seminar you would like to join.

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