International Women’s Day is a worldwide event that connects men and women in celebration of the social, economic, cultural, and political achievements of women. In honour of this day, CADTH is hosting this special webinar.
Despite progress in women's issues in recent decades, there is concern that the COVID-19 pandemic has accentuated ex...
Audience: Of interest to HTA producers.
What you’ll learn: Knowledge of methods needed to carry out a meta-analysis of diagnostic test accuracy, including the methods needed to correct for imperfect reference standard.
Dr. Nandini Dendukuri, McGill University
Ian Schiller, McGill University Health Centre‒Research ...
Audience: Of interest to policy-makers.
What you’ll learn: Participants will become familiar with qualitative research principles, common methods used, and when and how qualitative research can be practically used to influence health policy and practice.
Andrea Smith, CADTH
Brendalynn Ens, CADTH
Dr. Deidre DeJean, CADT...
Tuberculosis (TB) is an infectious disease that affects the lungs and other organs, and it has afflicted humanity since prehistoric times. While drugs to prevent and treat TB have been widely available for many years, TB is still responsible for untold suffering, disease, and death all over the world today. WHO estimates that about 10 million pe...
What you’ll learn: Workshop participants will: 1) articulate the differences between traditional effectiveness reviews and mixed methods research syntheses (MMRS); 2) identify when an MMRS would be appropriate; 3) demonstrate an understanding of the different stages of MMRS.
Dr. Quan Nha Hong, Institut...