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Fri, Sep 30


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AERA SIG 176: Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis - Webinar Series

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AERA SIG 176: Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis - Webinar Series
AERA SIG 176: Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis - Webinar Series

Time & Location

Sep 30, 2022, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM EDT

Zoom Webinar

About the event

This series features experts in the methodology and application of systematic review and meta-analysis, presenting new research and discussing critical issues for our field. All of the talks are on Fridays (usually the 3rd Friday of the month, with the exception of our first talk) at 9 am Pacific / 10 am Mountain / 11 am Central / 12 noon Eastern. Here’s a quick summary of the schedule for the coming academic year:


Dr. Mariola Moeyaert Leads Off Fall Season

Interested in synthesis of single-case research? Then be sure to join us for the first seminar in the series, which will feature Dr. Mariola Moeyaert from SUNY Albany, presenting Usage of Individual Patient Data Meta-Analysis to Synthesize Single-Case Research Data

Here’s the abstract for her talk:

We have entered an era in which scientific knowledge and evidence increasingly informs research practice and policy. As the use of personalized trials increases, there is a remarkable and growing interest in the quantitative synthesis of single-case design (SCD) data. One technique that is developed and can be applied for this purpose is individual patient data (IPD) meta-analysis (also called raw SCD data meta-analysis). The IPD approach provides detailed information about intervention effectiveness and intervention heterogeneity. IPD is a flexible modeling approach, allowing for a variety of modeling options such as modeling moderators to explain intervention heterogeneity. During the seminar, the IPD meta-analytic technique (with the inclusion of moderators) will be introduced and demonstrated, and statistical properties of the model parameters will be discussed.


Carole Lunny

Advances in Methods for Overviews of Reviews


Diego Campos

Synthesizing Individual Participant Data Obtained From Complex Sampling Surveys: A Two-Stage IPD Meta-Analysis Approach


Amy Riegelman

Comprehensive and Transparently Reported Search Strategies


G.J. Melendez-Torres

Your New Best Friend, Heterogeneity: Diverse Evidence Types and Diverse Methods to Address Explanatory Questions in Systematic Reviews


Jamaal Young

Meta-Analytic QuantCrit: Exploring the Possibilities


To Be Determined

To Be Determined


Josh Polanin

MetaReviewer: A Free, Collaborative, Browser-Based Tool for Conducting Data Extraction

All of the talks will be hosted on Zoom, and we’re asking you to register in advance if you’d like to attend. You’ll only need to register once in order to access all of the events in the series. Please note that if you participated in last year’s seminar series, you will need to register anew for the 2022-23 seminars. More info and registration form here:

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