Events


( Last Updated : July 27, 2021)

Despite evidence showing that greater gender equity is better for health policy-making and patient care, gender inequity remains a problem in Canadian health care. This lecture will explore the occurrence and consequences of gender inequity in medicine and academia, present why gender equity is…
Recommendation Mapping (RecMap) is a new approach to organizing health recommendations that makes it easy for guideline developers and users to access the most up-to-date information. Developed by Dr. Holger Schünemann and his team at McMaster University, a RecMap is a user-friendly online…
Tuberculosis (TB), one of the world’s deadliest infectious killers, has a great deal in common with COVID-19. They’re both respiratory diseases with similar symptoms such as cough, fever, and weakness. On World TB Day, join our panel of international and national experts on infectious diseases for…
International Women’s Day is a worldwide event that connects men and women in celebration of the social, economic, cultural, and political achievements of women. In honour of this day, CADTH is hosting this special webinar.  Despite progress in women's issues in recent decades, there is concern…
Audience: ProducersLevel: Intermediate What you’ll learn: Workshop participants will: 1) articulate the differences between traditional effectiveness reviews and mixed methods research syntheses (MMRS); 2) identify when an MMRS would be appropriate; 3) demonstrate an understanding of the different…