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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 ...
Involving People: A learning resource for systematic review authors'How to' guide on engaging consumers & patients in systematic reviews Involving People is a resource for systematic review editors and authors to support you in getting people involved in the production of your reviews (including Cochrane C ...
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 ...
Good practice resources for new Cochrane authorsWhile working on your Cochrane Protocol and Cochrane Reviews you may find it helpful to use or consult some good practice resources. Below you can find brief descriptions and links to the key resources, including reference sources and standards, software ...
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 ...
Systematic Reviews for Public Health and Biomedical ResearchWorkshopNorth and South America10 June 2019 to 12 June 2019Systematic reviews (SR) are increasingly used to inform clinical and public health practice. SR seek to collate all evidence that fits pre-specified eligibility criteria in order to address a specific research question. This 3-day program will present an ...