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...
Recommendation Mapping (RecMap) is a new approach to organizing health recommendations that makes it easy for guideline developers and users to access the most up-to-date information. Developed by Dr. Holger Schünemann and his team at McMaster University, a RecMap is a user-friendly online repository of recommendations for a single condition fro...
Tuberculosis (TB), one of the world’s deadliest infectious killers, has a great deal in common with COVID-19. They’re both respiratory diseases with similar symptoms such as cough, fever, and weakness. On World TB Day, join our panel of international and national experts on infectious diseases for an eye-opening discussion on TB — the other pand...
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...
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 ...