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London, UK, April 27 – April 29, 2020

Hotel Address:
Hilton London Kensington
179-199 Holland Park Avenue
London W11 4UL
United Kingdom

+44 207-603-3355
Workshop Address:
The workshop will take place at the hotel.

Workshop Registration - Online:
We accept credit cards & purchase orders online.

Full-time students may register at the reduced fee. After you register, we'll send instructions to e-mail or fax proof of student status. This is required to complete registration.

  Rate Register
General Early Bird Rate:
Register by February 27, 2020
US$1,495       Add to Cart      
Student Early Bird Rate:
Register by February 27, 2020
US$745       Add to Cart      
General Standard Rate:
Register after February 27, 2020
US$1,795       Add to Cart      
Student Standard Rate:
Register after February 27, 2020
US$895       Add to Cart      

Workshop Registration - Mail, Fax, or Phone:

  • Workshop Registration by Mail or Fax: Word | PDF
  • Workshop Registration by Phone:
    +1 (877)-Biostat (Toll Free in USA) or +1 (201) 541-5688

Hotel Reservations:

We have reserved a block of rooms at the price of £142/night. The hotel is holding a limited number of rooms at this rate. Please book early to avoid disappointment.

Meeting Dates and Times:

  • Day 1 – April 27, 2020
    Coffee – 8:00 AM. Lecture starts – 9:00 AM. Lecture ends – 5:00 PM - 6:00 PM.
  • Day 2 – April 28, 2020
    Coffee – 8:00 AM. Lecture starts – 9:00 AM. Lecture ends – 5:00 PM - 6:00 PM.
  • Day 3 – April 29, 2020
    Coffee – 8:00 AM. Lecture starts – 9:00 AM. Lecture ends – 4:00 PM.

Cancellation Policy:
Full refund minus service fee listed below.
Refund will be made to the original payment method
and account used on the purchase.

  Service Fee
Cancel by March 27, 2020 US$100
Cancel by April 20, 2020 US$400
Cancel after April 20, 2020 No Refund
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Although my centre develops the statistical software the whole Cochrane Collaboration uses for its systematic reviews and meta-analyses (Review Manager), I have often used Comprehensive Meta-Analysis for my own research projects, as it is easy to import data from Excel, to use effect modifiers, and also because it allows meta-regression and produces bubble graphs that are easy to work with in Word or PowerPoint.

Peter C. Gøtzsche Professor, Director, MD, DrMedSci, MSc, Nordic Cochrane Centre, Copenhagen, Denmark

 
 
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