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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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    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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    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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    Exporting ‘Summary of findings’ table from GRADEpro GDT

    The following video clips are part of the Cochrane Learning Live webinar delivered by Dr Nancy Santesso  from the Department of Clinical Epidemiology & Biostatistics at McMaster University in Hamilton, Canada. She is also a member of the  GRADE Workin ...
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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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    Involving People: new learning resource for systematic review authors [webinar]

    Involving People   is a new online resource for systematic review editors and authors about involving people in the production of your reviews (including Cochrane Consumers: patients, their families and carers, as well as other members of the public; and ...
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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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    Identifying translators to assess and extract data of studies in different languages for inclusion in Cochrane Reviews

    The Cochrane Handbook states that Cochrane Review authors should try to identify and assess all possibly relevant reports of trials irrespective of language, to ensure that all relevant studies are included, and that no language bias is introduced in the ...

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