Introduction to Network Meta-Analysis

This course aims to introduce network meta-analysis and show how the models can be estimated using R. Network meta-analysis (NMA) is a method that pools evidence from randomised controlled trials that compare two or more interventions, but where each trial may compare different interventions. NMA allows one to simultaneously estimate relative effectiveness for any pair of interventions in the evidence network.

I really enjoyed this short course! I rate 5/5 the effort, the tutors' willingness to explain thoroughly every technical detail and the organization of all sessions.

Course feedback, May 2022
Date *Information on this page relates to the last run of the course and is for reference only.*
Fee £550
Format Online
Structure Taught over 5 consecutive mornings, 9.30am - 1pm.
Audience Open to all applicants
Course Organisers Professor Nicky Welton & Dr Deborah Caldwell

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University of Bristol staff and students may still access this course as a 'Materials Only' option. 

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Excellent course, one of the best I have done online. All went very smoothly, good pace and excellent content.

Course feedback, May 2022
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