I am conducting a meta-analysis and have one study which reports relative risks, and several studies reporting odds ratios. I would like to convert the relative risks to odds ratios and obtain corresponding confidence intervals and standard errors.
I have data on the prevalence of the outcome in the control group, the relative risk and 95% CIs.
OR = ((1 - p) * RR) / (1 - RR * p)
where RR is the relative risk, OR is the odds ratio, and p is the control event rate.
To calculate the corresponding confidence intervals and standard error, would the below be correct:
OR_lowCI = ((1 - p) * RR_lowCI) / (1 - RR_lowCI * p)
OR_upperCI = ((1 - p) * RR_upperCI) / (1 - RR_upperCI * p)
log_OR_SE = (ln(OR_upperCI) - ln(OR_lowCI))/3.92
Many thanks in advance for any advice.