Methods Speaker Series 2022

Methods Speaker Series 2022

Therapeutics Initiative logoThe TI Methods Speaker Series are offered free of charge and everyone is welcome. The event is usually held at noon on the last Wednesday of each month via Zoom videoconference. The presentations are recorded and the video recordings are posted online.

Here is a list of the talks scheduled offered as part of the TI Methods Speaker Series in 2022. Please note that all dates, topics and speakers for future events are tentative and subject to change. Click on the topic to view details, if available:

 

January 26 Use of individual participant data meta-analysis to address challenges in mental health assessment research Brooke Levis
February 23 Harnessing the power of excess statistical significance Tom Stanley
March 31 New models for evidence synthesis using machine learning/artificial intelligence Iain Marshall
April 27 Synthesizing evidence about harms in systematic reviews Evan Mayo-Wilson
May 25 Effective use of graphics in the presentation of scientific information George Osol
June 29 Keep a human in the machine and other lessons learned from deploying and maintaining Colandr Samantha Cheng
July 27 Elicit: Applying language models to evidence synthesis Jungwon Byun
September 14 An introduction to writing Cochrane systematic reviews – insider tips and tools Jordi Pardo Pardo and Douglas Salzwedel
September 28 Meta-analysis: From Black Box to Clear Box Colin Dormuth
October 26 Exploring heterogeneity in meta-analysis Caspar J. van Lissa
November 30 The I-squared statistic does not tell us how much the effect-size varies in a meta-analysis Michael Borenstein

Click here to view the list of topics covered in the TI Methods Speaker Series in 2021, including links to the video recording of each talk.

Click here to view the list of topics covered in the TI Methods Speaker Series in 2020, including links to the video recording of each talk.

Click here to view the list of topics covered in the TI Methods Speaker Series in 2019, including links to the video recording of each talk.

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