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    Temp HRI Version 6

    [empty page created only to make the Version 6 link on the left menu of the Handbook available through a redirect, from this page to the Version 6  page] ...
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    Introductory video

    Cochrane Interactive Learning is a series of high quality, online learning modules for conducting intervention reviews following Cochrane review methodology.  The modules are useful for both introductory-level and more experienced learners and have been d ...
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    Evaluation of Cochrane Interactive Learning: terms and conditions

    Responses to the Cochrane Interactive Learning (CIL) survey will be used for the purpose of writing an evaluation report on CIL. Responses to the survey will remain strictly confidential and no personal data will be included in the evaluation report.   Fi ...
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    Data collection form (for RCTs)

    Here you can download an example form for collecting data from RCTs, available in English & Español. This form is also available in the 'Resources' section of the Cochrane Interactive Learning module 4: Selecting studies and collecting data. ...
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    Cochrane International Mobility

    A global exchange programme for the Cochrane Community The Cochrane International Mobility programme provides networking opportunities for people who wish to learn from Cochrane colleagues in different parts of the world. The scheme connects people and pl ...
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    Chapter 6: Choosing effect measures and computing estimates of effect

    Julian PT Higgins, Tianjing Li, Jonathan J Deeks Key Points: The types of outcome data that review authors are likely to encounter are dichotomous data, continuous data, ordinal data, count or rate data and time-to-event data. There are several different ...
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    Chapter 7: Considering bias and conflicts of interest among the included studies

    Isabelle Boutron, Matthew J Page, Julian PT Higgins, Douglas G Altman, Andreas Lundh, Asbjørn Hróbjartsson; on behalf of the Cochrane Bias Methods Group Key Points: Review authors should seek to minimize bias. We draw a distinction between two places in w ...
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    Chapter 8: Assessing risk of bias in a randomized trial

    Julian PT Higgins, Jelena Savović, Matthew J Page, Roy G Elbers, Jonathan AC Sterne Key Points: This chapter details version 2 of the Cochrane risk-of-bias tool for randomized trials (RoB 2), the recommended tool for use in Cochrane Reviews. RoB 2 is stru ...
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    Chapter 9: Summarizing study characteristics and preparing for synthesis

    Joanne E McKenzie, Sue E Brennan, Rebecca E Ryan, Hilary J Thomson, Renea V Johnston Key Points: Synthesis is a process of bringing together data from a set of included studies with the aim of drawing conclusions about a body of evidence. This will includ ...
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    Chapter 12: Synthesizing and presenting findings using other methods

    Joanne E McKenzie, Sue E Brennan Key Points: Meta-analysis of effect estimates has many advantages, but other synthesis methods may need to be considered in the circumstance where there is incompletely reported data in the primary studies. Alternative syn ...