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    Defining a review question: trainers' materials (Restricted)

    한국어 Español Deutsch Русский This set of training materials about defining a review question can be used in your workshops and adapted to your needs.  Before beginning work on a review, it is important to have a clear and detailed idea of the question to b ...
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    Defining a review question

    한국어 Español Before beginning work on a review, it is important to have a clear and detailed idea of the question to be answered. This presentation explains the importance of a well-defined review question, and gives guidance on scoping, eligibility criter ...
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    Involving consumers in Cochrane reviews: learning from the ACTIVE project

    This webinar tells people more about the  ACTIVE project.   ACTIVE  stands for  A uthors and  C onsumers  T ogether  I mpacting on e V idenc E.   The project is bringing together evidence, information and resources about the active involvement of consumer ...
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    Involving People: A learning resource for systematic review authors

    'How to' guide on engaging consumers & patients in systematic reviews Involving People  is a resource for systematic review editors and authors to support you in getting people involved in the production of your reviews (including Cochrane C ...
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    Module 2: Writing the review protocol

    About this module Part of the Cochrane Interactive Learning course on Conducting an Intervention Review, this module explains why a review protocol is a crucial step in planning and delivering a systematic review. This module teaches you about the compone ...
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    Involving People: new learning resource for systematic review authors [webinar]

    Involving People   is a new online resource for systematic review editors and authors about involving people in the production of your reviews (including Cochrane Consumers: patients, their families and carers, as well as other members of the public; and ...
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    GRADE approach to evaluating the quality of evidence: a pathway

    Assessing the quality of the body of evidence is a mandatory item in the Methodological standards for the conduct of new Cochrane Intervention Reviews (MECIR). GRADE is the Cochrane’s recommended approach for grading the quality of evidence and the streng ...
  8. Introduction to Systematic Reviews in Health: Southampton, UK

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    Europe
    13 November 2018
    Southampton Health Technology Assessments Centre (SHTAC) at the University of Southampton organises this training day which provides an introductory overview of all aspects of systematic reviewing in health.  It is designed for health professionals, acade ...

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