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    Common errors and good practice in Cochrane intervention reviews

    Paying 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 ...
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    Incorporating GRADE in Cochrane Reviews

    Incorporating 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. ...
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    GDT tutorial: Creating a GRADE evidence table

    An evidence table is a key tool in presentation of evidence and the corresponding results. GRADE evidence tables consist of an assessment of quality and a summary of findings. This resource is a short video explaining how to use the GRADEpro GDT software ...
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    Creating a ‘Summary of findings’ table without importing data from RevMan

    ‘Summary of findings’ tables provide a summary of findings for each of the included outcomes and the quality of evidence rating for each outcome in a quick and accessible format, without details of the judgements about the quality of evidence. They are in ...
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    GRADE Handbook

    The GRADE handbook describes the process of rating the quality of the best available evidence and developing health care recommendations following the approach proposed by the Grading of Recommendations, Assessment, Development and Evaluation (GRADE) Work ...
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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 ...
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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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    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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    RevMan Calculator

    RevMan provides a useful calculator tool to assist in data entry of dichotomous, continuous and generic inverse variance outcome types. An additional calculator tool in Excel format is available that performs many of the same functions for dichotomous and ...
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    Assessing risk of bias: When the loss to follow up is too high?

    When assessing the risk of bias in studies included in your review, you have to address the issue of incomplete outcome data. Loss to follow up is a key factor that may lead to incomplete outcome data. But how do we know when the loss to follow up is too ...

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