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    BMJ ‘Journalology’ collection

    The BMJ  is an international medical journal which regularly publishes study reports and other articles related to publishing and editing. These resources are collected under the ‘Journalology’ section of the BMJ and may be an interesting additional readi ...
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    UK Society of Editors and Proofreaders workshops

    The Society for Editors and Proofreaders (SfEP) is a UK-based professional organization providing editorial services, training, and professional qualifications. This resource describes the online courses offered by SfEP on proofreading, copy-editing, and ...
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    Mulitiplicity and subgroup analysis- Beware!

    This resource is a four-part video recording of a talk given by Mike Clarke, the then Director of the UK Cochrane Center, as part of the Oxford MSc in Evidence-Based Healthcare Programme. The talk is about risks of doing multiple analyses, including looki ...
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    Editorial process of Cochrane DTA Reviews

    Editorial process of Cochrane DTA Reviews is different from the intervention reviews in that not only Cochrane Review Groups (CRGs) are involved, but also the DTA Editorial Team. This resource links to a full description of editorial process and to detail ...
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    Entering data with the RevMan calculator

    This resource is a series of short screencasts produced by the Cochrane UK to help you understand how the calculator in Review Manager (RevMan) software can be used to help putting together a Cochrane systematic review. The first video shows how to check ...
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    1. Role of a Cochrane Information Specialist

    A Cochrane Information Specialist’s (CIS’s) main responsibility is to support authors in identifying controlled trials for inclusion in Cochrane systematic reviews. This can be done in a variety of ways: giving advice to authors on search methods (e.g., w ...
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    5. Handsearching

    Electronic searching for trial reports in some databases may not retrieve all relevant available studies. Reports may either be missing from the database or may not have been indexed adequately due to lack of detail in titles and abstracts. Some reports a ...
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    2.1 The purpose of Specialised Registers

    The purpose of Specialised Registers is to: assemble a repository of reports of trials relating to the scope of a Review Group or Field provide a reliable pool of reports of trials for review authors which is easily retrievable share the content of indivi ...
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    2.4 The relationship of Specialised Registers to CENTRAL

    CENTRAL (the Cochrane Central Register of Controlled Trials) is one of the databases included in the Cochrane Library. It includes citation details of articles taken from online databases such as MEDLINE and Embase, and other published and unpublished sou ...
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    2.5 What can be published to CENTRAL?

    Only RCTs, CCTs, CBA (controlled before and after) and ITS (interrupted time series) study designs should be marked in your Specialised Register for publication to CENTRAL. ...

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