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Cochrane Standards for preparing Plain Language SummariesEvery Cochrane systematic review includes a short summary of its findings in plain language. This document provides draft standards for these summaries to support those involved in writing and editing Plain Language Summaries. These standards have been d ...
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. ...
EQUATOR Network toolkit for editorsEQUATOR Network is an international initiative that seeks to improve the reliability and value of published health research literature by promoting transparent and accurate reporting, primarily through the use of robust reporting guidelines. This resource ...
Common Errors: Summary versions of a reviewCOMMON ERRORS is a suite of five learning modules for Cochrane Editors to enhance their editorial skills. This module covers identifying common errors in assessment and presentation of the quality of evidence in summary versions of Cochrane Reviews, as w ...
Cochrane Style ManualThe Cochrane Style Manual helps review authors and people responsible for copy-editing to use a consistent style when copy-editing Cochrane Reviews and other documents produced by Cochrane. The current version was released as an online resource in July 20 ...
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 ...