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GRADE course

Pre-conference course

Goals of the course

Learn to:

  • Formulate a focused clinical question
  • Move from evidence in single studies to a body of evidence by outcome
  • Understand the concepts of the GRADE approach to grading quality of evidence and deciding on the strength of recommendations.
  • Aug 22, 2012
  • 09:00 am
  • Berlin, Germany
  • BCC - Berliner Congress Center

  • +47 464 00 455
  • 8:00 hours
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Programme

Proposed schedule and content for the course is as follows:

8.30-8.45

Introduction to the course

8.45-9.15

Overview of guideline development

9.15-10.15

The GRADE approach: introduction

10.15-10.30

Break

10.30-11.30

Asking a key question, specific outcomes – small group work

11.30-12.30

The GRADE approach: assessing the quality of evidence

12.30-13.15

Lunch

13.15-14.45

Grading quality of evidence – small group work

14.45-15.15

Moving from evidence to recommendations: theoretical considerations

15.15-15.30

Break

15.30-16

Making recommendations – small group work

16-16.30

Report from small groups and practical  considerations of group process

Main facilitator

  • Dr. Holger Schünemann (Department of Clinical Epidemiology & Biostatistics McMaster University, Canada)

Facts

8:00 hours Time
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