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G-I-N NA Webinar: "Using Modeling for Guideline Development"

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The Guidelines International Network (G-I-N) and the G-I-N North America guideline community presents the next in its webinar series, "Using Modeling for Guideline Development"

Learn more about statistical models and to hear about the CISNET consortium of National Cancer Institute‐sponsored investigators and how their modeling work has informed guidelines and health policy related to cancer control.

Recording of the webinar:-

 

  • Aug 27, 2018
  • 02:00 am
  • Webinar
  • Webinar


  • 1:30 hours
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Presenters:

Eric (Rocky) Feuer, PhD

Chief, Statistical Research and Applications Branch

Division of Cancer Control and Population Sciences, National Cancer Institute

Diana Petitti, MD, MPH

Clinical Professor, Department of Biomedical Informatics

University of Arizona College of Medicine – Phoenix

 Moderator:

Tracy Wolff, MD, MPH
G-I-N/NA Steering Committee Member, and

Associate Scientific Director, US Preventive Services Task Force Program

AHRQ

Learning Objectives: 

1. Describe how information from models can inform clinical guidelines and policy.
2. Identify situations when models might be useful and when they are not likely to be useful.
3. Identify how model validity can be assessed.
4. Recognize some of the limitations of models used to inform guidelines.
5. Understand how CISNET has been used to inform guidelines and policy related to cancer
control.

Webinar Platform Host: American Academy of Neurology

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