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  1. Introduction to Systematic Reviews in Health: Southampton, UK

    12 November 2019
    Do you use systematic reviews? Are you thinking of doing a systematic review? Southampton Health Technology Assessments Centre (SHTAC) at the University of Southampton, invites you to participate in this training day which provides an introductory overvie ...
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    Introduction to new Cochrane Handbook for Systematic Reviews of Interventions (Version 6)

    In these videos, originally part of the Cochrane Learning Live webinar series, Julian Higgins and James Thomas – Senior Editors of Version 6 of the Cochrane Handbook – present the new Handbook, explain how it was developed and how it is organized online a ...
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    Practical methods for handling missing summary statistics in meta-analysis of continuous outcomes

    Meta-analysis requires either appropriate summary statistics or individual participant data to be available. For continuous outcomes, incomplete reporting of the mean and standard deviation (SD) required for meta-analysis potentially introduces bias and i ...
  4. Writing a systematic review following Cochrane methods- Brisbane, Australia

    Asia and the Pacific
    21 August 2019 to 23 August 2019
    This three-day workshop, organised by Cochrane Australia, is designed for authors of intervention reviews who wish to follow Cochrane methods. The workshop provides authors with a comprehensive overview of the methods required to write a protocol and get ...
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    Example documents from prioritisation processes

    Example documents from prioritisation processes This page contains some examples of documents from previous Cochrane priority setting processes or from external organisations. We hope these provide some guidance and ideas for different steps in the priori ...
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    Priority setting FAQ

    Priority setting- frequently asked questions   General questions How can we learn from the experiences of other groups, (including what wasn’t successful)?   Planning priority setting Help! My group has a huge scope – how do I prioritise across the whole ...
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    Introduction to the new Cochrane Equity Content Strategy

    Health equity is the absence of avoidable and unfair differences in health. Cochrane Reviews can inform decision making by considering the distribution of effects in the population and implications for equity. Equity in all reviews means a consideration n ...
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    Access to clinical trial data (part 1): An evolving practice

    The lack of access to analysable Individual Participant Data (IPD) from clinical trials has a detrimental impact on knowledge creation as well as on producing the reliable evidence needed for evidence-informed decision making. After studying these issues, ...
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    Interactive module

    Module 10: Network meta-analysis

    About this module Part of the Cochrane Interactive Learning course on Conducting an Intervention Review, this module will give you an introduction to network meta-analysis (NMA) in the context of a systematic review of randomized trials.  100 minutes What ...
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    How to develop and evaluate a Knowledge Translation plan: advice and experiences from Cochrane Child Health Field

    These videos, originally part of the Cochrane Learning Live webinar series, are from the first in a series of Knowledge Translation (KT) “The view from here” webinars that share experiences, challenges and good practice from people across the Cochrane com ...