McMaster University

McMaster University

Training and Events

Upcoming events

Global Evidence Summit

Global Evidence Summit

When: 13-17 September, 2017

Where: Cape Town, South Africa

Workshop: Integrating GRADE Network meta analysis SoF tables in Network Metanalysis reports

Objective: For individuals considering conducting a network meta-analysis (NMA), to gain familiarity in interpreting findings of NMA through of a GRADE Network meta analysis Summary of Finding (SoF) tables.

The 7th Guideline Development Workshop using the GRADE approach

The 7th Guideline Development Workshop using the GRADE approach

When: 4-6 October, 2017

Where: Seattle, WA, USA

Recent events

GRADE’ing the quality of evidence and strength of recommendations

When: 14 June, 2016, 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm

Where: Annual Clinical and Scientific Conference 2016, Vancouver, Canada

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Assessing the certainty of the evidence in network meta-analysis: GRADE approach

When: 23 October, 2016

Where: Cochrane Annual Colloquium, Grand Hilton, Seoul Korea

GRADE Workshop: Developing evidence summaries and SoF tables
GRADE Diagnosis Workshop: From evidence to recommendations about tests

When: 10-12 April, 2017

Where: Minneapolis, Minnesota

Systematic Review Methods Webinar: Using GRADE to assess the certainty of evidence from systematic reviews

When: 23 May, 2017

Where: Cochrane South Africa

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GRADE Workshop

When: 5–9 June, 2017

Where: McMaster Evidence Based Clinical Practice Workshop, McMaster University, ON, Canada

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GRADE CERQual TRAINING: Assessing confidence in evidence of effectiveness (GRADE) and in evidence from reviews of qualitative research (GRADE-CERQual)

When: 13–15 June, 2017

Where: Azienda Ospedaliera Universitaria Policlinico Di Modena, Italy

Workshop: Effectiveness evidence stream trainers: Holger Schunemann, Sara Balduzzi and Elena Parmelli

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GRADE Working Group

GRADE centers and networks serve as the primary hub within the region for training, promotion, dissemination and implementation of GRADE. Through advocacy, training and support of guideline developers and review authors, GRADE centers and networks provide methodological support to national, regional or professional organizations and guideline development programs; and conduct workshops and graduate courses on GRADE application. Visit the GRADE Working Group website for a complete listing of GRADE Working Group training and events:

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