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    Changes in reviews in RevMan 5.2 and introduction to QUADAS-2

    This lesson is part of an introductory series developed by Cochrane Screening & Diagnostic Test Methods Group to support authors in the production of DTA reviews. This is Lesson 9.1 of Module 9: Improving and updating the review. A full list of curren ...
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    Cochrane Handbook for Systematic Reviews of Diagnostic Test Accuracy

    A team of authors and editors are working to prepare the Handbook for DTA Reviews. As each chapter is completed it will be uploaded to the Cochrane Screening & Diagnostic Test Methods Group  website. The Handbook is planned to have 11 chapters, out of ...
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    Diagnostic test accuracy (DTA) reviews: a pathway

    Systematic reviews of diagnostic test accuracy (DTA) summarize the evidence about test accuracy. Ideally, they also investigate why the results may vary among studies, compare the performance of alternative tests, and help the reader to put the evidence i ...
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    A collection of resources for using Covidence online software for study screening, risk of bias assessment and data collection for systematic reviews. Covidence is one of Cochrane’s recommended tools to support you in some of the most labour-intensive sta ...
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    Resources to support Cochrane authors to use EPPI-Reviewer software for study screening, data collection and qualitative and quantitative analysis. EPPI-Reviewer, developed by the EPPI-Centre at University College London, is a recommended web-based tool f ...
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    Covidence webinar: Cochrane's new online tool for streamlined review production

    Cochrane Learning Live webinar This webinar, part of the  Cochrane Learning Live  series, is a walk-through of Covidence’s features by Anneliese Arno, Community Manager at Covidence.  Covidence is Cochrane’s new online systematic review production platfor ...
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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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    Extracting data from figures using Plot Digitizer software [webinar]

    This webinar, presented by Professor Livia Puljak from the University of Split School of Medicine in Split, Croatia, will show participants how to use Plot Digitizer software for extracting data from figures. Prof Puljak reports on two published studies, ...
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    Searching For Adverse Effects

    In these videos from the  Cochrane Learning Live  webinar series, Dr Su Golder from  the Cochrane Adverse Effects Methods Group (CAEMG) provides guidance for review authors on the available data sources on adverse effects, and how to retrieve data for inc ...
  10. Face-to-Face course on systematic review and meta-analysis of prognosis studies:Utrecht, The Netherlands

    Long courses
    28 May 2018 to 1 June 2018
    Cochrane Netherlands and the Julius Center would like to invite you for an MSc course on systematic review and meta-analysis of prognosis studies. The number of primary studies evaluating prognostic factors and models is rising per day. Alike for therapie ...