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    Social media for Cochranites

    Social media offers a powerful set of tools for disseminating and to allow and encourage engagement with the evidence. This is a set of three presentations on: 1. Sharing Cochrane Reviews through Twitter 2. Engaging at events through social media 3. An in ...
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    Review specific dissemination strategy checklist

    The Cochrane Infectious Diseases Group have produced checklists to plan the dissemination of their reviews, and these are available to any Cochrane Review Groups to adapt and use for their own dissemination planning.  This checklist will help you create a ...
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    Review specific dissemination plan

    The Cochrane Infectious Diseases Group have produced checklists to plan the dissemination of their reviews, and these are available to any Cochrane Review Groups to adapt and use for their own dissemination planning.  This plan will help you create a deve ...
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    Introductory webinar for Managing Editors on using the CrossCheck plagiarism software

    This webinar introduces the CrossCheck plagiarism software. It gives an overview of how CrossCheck can be used to support detection of plagiarism, as well as how it operates.  The webinar is also available as a PDF download. Summarise the purpose of plagi ...
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    Consumer-led knowledge translation

    This is a recording of the Cochrane Canada Webinar with Mary Brachaniec, a patient collaborator for the Cochrane and several arthritis research team, on leveraging patient experience and networks to share Cochrane Reviews. Improving patient access to qual ...
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    Lay health worker programmes for mother and child health and tuberculosis

    This video shows an example of the results of a Cochrane systematic review, evaluating the effects of lay health workers on health outcomes- a particularly important question for low- and middle-income countries. Explain the findings of a Cochrane systema ...
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    Conflict of interest and Cochrane Reviews

    Conflict of interest is an important consideration in health care research, but sometimes it is not easy to discern what constitutes a conflict of interest. Cochrane has therefore put together a detailed explanation to help authors, editors, and peer revi ...
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    Managing Editor Support

    Managing Editors (MEs) of Cochrane Review Groups bear the lion’s share of the burden of Cochrane Reviews’ production. The Cochrane Editorial Unit (CEU) provides induction training, ongoing training, and support to MEs in all aspects of their role within a ...
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    How to complete a Licence for Publication form

    The Licence for Publication is a contract by which a review author grants the Cochrane an exclusive licence to publish a specific version of a review. The review will not be published until the Licence has been accepted by all the authors named on the byl ...
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    Policy on co-publishing Cochrane Reviews in other journals

    Co-publication of Cochrane Reviews in journals other than Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews (CDSR) is sometimes pursued with the aim of achieving the widest possible dissemination and impact of review findings. However, co-publication can be a sensi ...

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