Methods of therapeutic evaluation of chronic diseases
The objectives of the METHODS team are to rethink the therapeutic evaluation of chronic diseases, propose new concepts and develop new methodological approaches.
Building Evidence: new concepts, new methods
Rethinking Evidence Synthesis
Developing Research on Research
Pr. Isabelle Boutron
Director of the team
Audrey Conjaud, administrative assistant
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INSPIRESuggest ideas for research on chronic diseases.
INSPIRE is a major research project aimed at simplifying the collection, analysis and selection of research ideas from a large number of patients.
BPJRNBest practice journal research network
The development of an international “best practice journal research network” will promote evidence-based practice and address the need to increase the amount and quality of research by journals.
MIROR projectJoint doctoral training programme
An joint doctoral training programme funded by Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions, dedicated to Methods in Research on Research in the field of clinical research.
Live NMALive cumulative network meta-analysis
We need a comprehensive, up-to-date synthesis of evidence for all treatments available for a given disease. We call this approach “live cumulative network meta-analysis”.
The focus of the French EQUATOR centre is on increasing/improving/enhancing the value of biomedical research
E-cohort to advance research on chronic diseases.
Philippe Ravaud and Isabelle Boutron are director and co-director of Cochrane France. The primary role of Cochrane France is to support Cochrane contributors in their area, and to act as a point of contact between Cochrane and their regional health communities.