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    How to download RevMan data files from the Cochrane Library

    This resource includes handy 'how to' instructions for trainers on downloading RevMan data files from the Cochrane Library. Did you know that the data files can be downloaded in RevMan format from all published Cochrane reviews? This can be usef ...
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    Standard training materials [zipped] (Restricted)

    Standard Training Materials can be used in face-to-face training of systematic review authors. The materials provide an introduction to the core methods used by most Cochrane systematic reviews of interventions. The presentations have been developed by Co ...
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    Systematic reviews, meta-analyses and real world evidence: an introduction

    In this video presentation, Matthias Egger from Institute of Social and Preventive Medicine, University of Bern, Switzerland, gives an introduction to systematic reviews and meta-analysis, based on a real-life clinical example. Recognize the difference be ...
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    Cochrane Editorial & Methods Department good practice guidance

    This set of documents was produced by Cochrane Editorial & Methods Department to help editors and authors to identify and avoid the common errors in conducting systematic reviews, especially around GRADE assessment of the certainty of evidence and cre ...
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    Common errors in meta-analysis – lessons from the Cochrane review screening programme [webinar]

    A Cochrane Learning Live webinar on common statistical errors in Cochrane Reviews was organized by the Statistical Methods Group, with support from the Cochrane Learning and Support Department. The topic was presented by Dr Kerry Dwan, Statistical Editor ...
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    Allowing for uncertainty due to missing outcome data in meta-analysis

    Missing outcome data are commonly encountered in clinical trials and may compromise the validity of the estimat ed treatment effects. Meta-analysts typically assume that the missing data problem has been solved at the meta-analysis level and conduct an av ...
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    Meta-analysis of time-to-event data

    Time-to-event data, such as time to death or time to first seizure, are commonly used outcomes in medical research to summarise the length of time taken for a particular event of interest to occur. In these videos, originally part of the Cochrane Learning ...
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    Get to know RevMan Web – the new review writing tool

    In these videos, originally part of the Cochrane Learning Live webinar series, Rebecka Hall introduces RevM a n W eb; w hy it w ill help Cochrane and Cochrane Authors, how to start using it and how it is different from RevMan 5. It is aimed at Cochrane au ...
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    A research program on rapid reviews: where should we venture next?

    In these videos, originally part of the Cochrane Learning Live webinar series, Dr Andrea Tricco highlights the differences between rapid reviews and systematic reviews. Dr Tricco describes a research program on rapid reviews and outlines practical recomme ...
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    Introducing systematic reviews of prognosis studies to Cochrane: what and how?

    Prognosis studies address future outcomes and the prediction of these outcomes in individuals. Prognosis forms the basis of personalized or risk-based medicine. Primary studies on prognostic factors, (bio)markers, tests and models are abundant. Systematic ...

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