Webinar - GRADE for Multiple-Intervention Comparisons in Evidence to Decision Framework
GRADE for Multiple-Intervention Comparisons in Evidence to Decision Framework
The last webinar hosted by Evidence Prime in 2022 will take place on the 12th of December at 11:00 - 12:00 EST (08:00 - 09:00 PST, 17:00 - 18:00 CET)!
Welcome to the last GRADEpro webinar hosted by Evidence Prime in 2022! It will take place on the 12th of December at 17:00 CET.
During the webinar, we will introduce the new Multiple-Intervention EtD Framework and demonstrate the GRADEpro module developed to support the process.
Until now, the Multi-Comparisons GRADEpro Tool allowed grouping together several pairwise comparisons and comparing them in terms of various Evidence Decision criteria. The newly developed approach allows framing the recommendation for multiple interventions within a single EtD framework.
During the presentation, our guest speakers, Jessica Beltran, Carlos Canelo, and Pablo Alonso from Cochrane Iberoamerica, will present advancements in the method of comparing multiple interventions within the same framework.
In the second part of the webinar, Bart Dietl will demonstrate specific functionalities in GRADEpro, which expand the currently available Evidence to Decision module with functions to facilitate decisions about multiple interventions.
Join us on Wednesday the 12th of December.
Jessica Beltran holds a Medical Degree (Universidad Cayetano Heredia, Peru) and a Master’s degree in Epidemiological Research (Universidad Cayetano Heredia, Peru). Currently, she is a Researcher at the Iberoamerican Cochrane Centre and the Barcelona GRADE Centre. Her work focuses on conducting evidence synthesis research to support informed decision-making and clinical practice guideline development.
Pablo Alonso-Coello is a Senior Researcher at the Iberoamerican Cochrane Center, Biomedical Research Institute Sant Pau. He holds a PhD in Medicine and is a specialist in Family Practice. He is a member of the GRADE Guidance Group and of the GIN Board, and is in charge of the Barcelona GRADE centre. His work focuses on developing methods to improve decision-making, with a special focus in guidelines, and improving the consideration of different relevant aspects like the patient and public perspective. He also leads research projects in primary care in the area of antibiotic prescription and shared decision-making.
Carlos Canelo-Aybar is an internal medicine physician with postgraduate training in clinical epidemiology, public health, and health economics. He also holds a Ph.D. degree in methods of biomedical research and public health. He is currently a Researcher at the Iberoamerican Cochrane Centre, and member of the GRADE working group, and co-leader of the GRADE modeling evidence group. His work focuses on conducting systematic reviews and synthesis of economic evidence, as a methodologist for clinical practice guidelines, and on the development of methods for health decision-making.
Bart Dietl is the head of Product Development at Evidence Prime. He provides the pioneers of Evidence-Based Medicine and the GRADE method with new solutions and leads the process of creating new tools that facilitate the guideline development process.
What will you learn?
- GRADE for Multiple-Intervention Comparisons in Evidence to Decision Framework
- The new GRADEpro module, which allows you to create Multiple Intervention EtD tables.