This webinar discusses the concept of evidence-based public health and its application in the prevention, control, and response to public health emergencies.
Webinar Title: Evidence-Based Public Health: Basics of Systematic Reviews and Meta-analysis
1. Evidence: What and Sources
2. Evidence-based Public Health: Concepts
3. Systematic Review: Principles and Practice
4. Meta-analysis: To combine or not to combine
5. Evaluation and Use of Systematic reviews for response and policy formulation
Speaker: Dr. Agbonvihele Gregrey Oko-oboh
Agbonvihele Gregrey Oko-oboh is a public health physician and statistical epidemiologist whose work is focused on promoting scientific thinking and communication in the context of cause and effect.
Greg currently works as a scientific/doctoral researcher at Tampere University, Finland.
A recipient of the Bernard Lown Fellowship in Cardiovascular health at Harvard School of Public Health in 2017, Greg was head of the Edo State Technical Group on COVID-19 developing epidemiological models that provided evidence for government response and policies. He started the statistical epidemiology lecture series in 2020, a platform that has engaged over 1000 bio-medical researchers in Africa.
Date: Tuesday, 17th of January 2023
Time: 14:00 West Africa Time (GMT+1 / CAT)
Duration: 1 hour
CPD Points: 1