ESO Masterclass on Systematic Reviews in Cancer Care, Guidelines and Research
Oncology Meeting Resources
07 Jun - 11 Jun, Belfast, United Kingdom
This 5-day Masterclass focused on the key steps in preparing a systematic review of research in cancer that they can use to guide decisions about treatment, guidelines or the design of new research.
On this page, PDF versions of presentations given at the ESO Masterclass on Systematic Reviews in Cancer Care, Guidelines and Research are available to ESMO members according to the presenters' agreement to release them. The use of these presentations is for personal educational purposes only. ESMO thanks the authors for their generosity.
|Presenter||Presentation title||Session title|
|M. Clarke||What makes a good question for a systematic review||Session 1: Formulating the question and eligibility criteria|
|F. Alderdice||Determining the inclusion and exclusion criteria for a systematic review||Session 1: Formulating the question and eligibility criteria|
|E. Gargon||The role of core outcome sets in systematic reviews||Session 2: Outcome selection|
|M. Lodge||How to develop a search strategy for a systematic review||Session 3: Search strategy|
|M. Clarke||Developing a data extraction form and assessing the retrieved articles||Session 4: Determining eligibility and data extraction|
|M. Clarke||Meta-analysis 1||Session 6: Statistical analyses Part 1|
|C. Tudur-Smith||Meta-analysis 2||Session 7: Statistical analyses Part 2|
|C. Cardwell||Meta-analysis of observational data||Session 7: Statistical analyses Part 2|
|M. Clarke||What does your review mean for practice and research?||Session 8: Heterogeneity, strength and relevance of the evidence|