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Writing the ‘Discussion’ section of your Cochrane DTA ReviewThis is a recorded video slidecast presentation by Chris Hyde, an editor of the Cochrane Collaboration Dementia and Cognitive Improvement Group, delivered at a two-day workshop hosted by Cochrane Netherlands. This presentation discusses how to interpret t ...
Diagnostic test accuracy (DTA) reviews: a pathwaySystematic 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 ...
Common errors and good practice in Cochrane intervention reviewsPaying attention to advices given in this brief, but valuable document makes the difference between a truly great Cochrane Review and one not so great. Since September 2013, the Cochrane Editorial Unit (CEU) has been responsible for pre-publication screen ...
Incorporating GRADE in Cochrane ReviewsIncorporating the GRADE assessment of quality of evidence in your Cochrane Review may be a challenging task. However, it is important to do it properly, as the GRADE assessment plays a key role in communicating the results of systematic reviews to users. ...
Good practice resources for new Cochrane authorsWhile working on your Cochrane Protocol and Cochrane Reviews you may find it helpful to use or consult some good practice resources. Below you can find brief descriptions and links to the key resources, including reference sources and standards, software ...
Involving consumers in Cochrane reviews: learning from the ACTIVE projectThis 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 ...
GRADE approach to evaluating the quality of evidence: a pathwayAssessing 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 ...