The Methods Webinars of the Department are held once a month on Thursdays at 15:30 CE(S)T at Danube University Krems. The focus is laid on topics related to systematic reviews and meta-analyses. The Methods Webinars provide a platform for participants to discuss relevant issues and challenges appearing in the reviewer’s daily work.
The Department has created a course plan in collaboration with colleagues from the Evidence-based Practice Center at the University of North Carolina (UNC) and colleagues at the Research Triangle Institute (RTI). For this reason, the Methods Webinars are exclusively held in English.
Since April 2011 the participation of the Methods Webinars is offered in a friendly user manner.
|March 18, 2021||
Choose, Snooze or Lose? Selecting appropriate methods for Qualitative Evidence Synthesis
Dr. Andrew Booth (School of Health and Related Research at the University of Sheffield)
|April 29, 2021||
Assessing equity in systematic reviews: a systems perspective
Mark Petticrew, BA PhD (Professor of Public Health Evaluation, London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine)
Join the Methods Webinar
You can join the Methods Webinars which are offered in a friendly user manner. No additional software is required.
Simply choose one of the following 2 possibilities:
Passive participation:, Click on the hyperlink of the corresponding Methods Webinar (see table above, column Hyperlink to participate online) at the same time of the Methods Webinar. After clicking the hyperlink a new window / tab will open in your default web browser (e.g. Microsoft Internet Explorer or Mozilla Firefox) where you can easily watch the Methods Webinar (slides of the presenter). In order to receive also the audio / speech of the presenter (additionally to the slides), use the speakers / headphones connected to your PC / notebook.
Active participation (optional): to ask the presenter you have two options:
- Use a microphone (additionally to the speakers / headphones).
- Use a headset (no speakers / headphones, headset only).
For active participation (i.e. using a headset or a microphone & speakers / headphones), please make sure that all devices used are of sufficient quality. You will be heard by all participants loud and clear if the quality of the audio transmission is guaranteed.
Please note as well that each Method is recorded online and subsequently placed on this website available for download (slides & audio / speech from all participants).
|CEST||Central European Summer Time. CEST is 2 hours ahead of Coordinated Universal Time (UTC) (UTC + 2 hours). Note that CEST is a daylight saving time/summer time zone. It is generally only used during the summer in Austria (DUK) (amongst other countries); during the winter CET is used instead.|
|CET||Central European Time. CET is 1 hour ahead of Coordinated Universal Time (UTC) (UTC + 1 hour).|
|EDT||Eastern Daylight Time. EDT is 4 hours behind of Coordinated Universal Time (UTC) (UTC - 4 hours). Note that EDT is a daylight saving time/summer time zone. It is generally only used during the summer in North Carolina (UNC, RTI) (amongst others), during the winter EST is used instead|
Eastern Standard Time. EST is 5 hours behind of Coordinated Universal Time (UTC) (UTC - 5 hours).
|DUK||Danube University Krems, Dr.-Karl-Dorrek-Strasse 30, 3500 Krems an der Donau (Austria)|
|UNC||University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC 27599 (North Carolina, USA)|
Research Triangle Institute, Research Triangle Park, NC 27709 (North Carolina, USA)
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