Regulatory Data Workshop, Oxford June 2016

The inclusion of regulatory data is unlikely to speed any evidence review up.  However, it’s a really important topic in considering an evidence synthesis and it’s for that reason I’m highlighting this workshop organised by the Centre for Evidence Based Medicine (CEBM) in Oxford.  Taken from the CEBM website:

In this workshop Tom and Kamal will present and discuss some of these issues on the basis of experience of working with regulatory documents.

They will present the detailed rationale for use of regulatory documents, the types of documents, their availability and content, their inclusion in research synthesis and involve participants in the handling of each type of document. Participants will also get the opportunity to review some of the regulatory documents used the in Cochrane review as well as experience some of the data extraction methods used.
All for a bargain £155!
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