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  1. Systematic reviews and meta-analyses of diagnostic test accuracy 2019- Birmingham, United Kingdom

    Short courses
    11 septiembre 2019 to 13 septiembre 2019
    This three-day course is organised jointly by faculty from the University of Birmingham and the University of Amsterdam. The course is designed for individuals undertaking health technology assessment, health service researchers and healthcare professiona ...
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    Social media

    Social media Social media is the term used to describe online communications channels dedicated to community-based input and content-sharing. There are numerous channels through which you could disseminate the results of your review such as Facebook, Twit ...
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    Using Instagram effectively

    Using Instagram effectively Instagram is a free photo and video sharing app available on most mobile phones. People can upload photos or videos and share them with their followers. People can also view, comment and like posts shared by their friends on In ...
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    Consumer involvement

    Consumer involvement Here you can find the links to Cochrane Learning Live webinar recordings and accompanying materials on involving consumers in production of systematic reviews.   TaskExchange for Cochrane Review Groups and consumer involvement tasks [ ...
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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. ...
  6. Introduction to Cochrane Methodology Workshop- Lund, Sweden

    20 noviembre 2019 to 21 noviembre 2019
    Cochrane Sweden and Cochrane Norway welcome you to a 2-day workshop on basic Cochrane Methodology. Location: The workshop will be held at the University of Lund, Sweden. The exact venue details will be announced later. Participant criteria:  The workshop ...
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    Review summaries in journals

    Review summaries in journals (‘Cochrane Corners’) Republishing Cochrane evidence in journals with or without additional commentary may help keep specialist audiences up to date with the most recent Cochrane evidence.  There are sometimes called: ‘Cochrane ...
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    Using Wikipedia effectively

    Using Wikipedia effectively Wikipedia contains over 36,000 health-related articles and is a free on-line encyclopedia, written collaboratively by the people who use it. Human health-related content on Wikipedia is available in over 283 languages and recei ...
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    Policy briefs

    Policy briefs Disseminating evidence to policymakers could include producing: A policy-maker focused, review specific summary: such as the SUPPORT or CRISP summary A ‘policy brief’ which aims to compile evidence for a policy problem through summarizing a ...
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    Videos and Vlogs

    Videos and Vlogs Presenting Cochrane evidence as videos allows the audience to access both visual and audio content. This may help improve retention of information and allow the audience to develop a deeper connection with the evidence. Videos can be uplo ...