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    Part 4: Planning a Cochrane review to compare multiple interventions: network meta-analysis

    The following video is the fourth part of the 2019 Cochrane Methods Symposium, presented by Tianjing Li, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, USA; Department of Ophthalmology, School of Medicine, University of Colorado Denver, USA Part 4: Plan ...
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    Part 6: The problem of multiplicity and the use of hierarchical selection rules

    The following video is the sixth part of the 2019 Cochrane Methods Symposium, presented by Matthew Page, Monash University, Australia Part 6: The problem of multiplicity and the use of hierarchical selection rules Additional materials Download the slides ...
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    Part 7: Special issues for addressing adverse effects

    The following video is the seventh part of the 2019 Cochrane Methods Symposium, presented by Daniela Junqueira, University of Alberta, Canada Part 7: Special issues for addressing adverse effects Additional materials Download the slides from the presentat ...
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    Part 8: Issues in reviews of test accuracy

    The following video is the eighth part of the 2019 Cochrane Methods Symposium, presented by Yemisi Takwoingi, University of Birmingham, UK Part 8: Issues in reviews of test accuracy Additional materials Download the slides from the presentation [PDF] Auth ...
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    Part 9: Questions and answers

    The following video is the ninth part of the 2019 Cochrane Methods Symposium. Part 9: Questions and answers Authors Editors Consumers Trainers Information Specialists Cochrane Group staff Downloadable files ...
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    2019 Cochrane Methods Symposium

    Cochrane Reviews are becoming increasingly complex as methods evolve, as data sources become more diverse, and as we increasingly recognize that health outcomes are the products of many interlinked elements. Cochrane pioneered the publication of protocols ...
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    6.5 Documenting the search process and reporting the search results

    For more information, see the Cochrane Handbook  4.5 Documenting and reporting the search process Searches should be reported in enough detail so that they could be reproduced by someone else if necessary. It is often the responsibility of the CIS to chec ...
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    6.6 Updating searches

    If you are searching for an update of a review, you should have the search strategies and search methods used for the previous version to hand. Before you run the searches again, review the previous methodology, considering whether the databases searched ...
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    7.6 Updating Classification System

    Cochrane has an Updating Classification System (UCS) for Cochrane reviews which guides readers as to whether a Cochrane Review is up to date, likely to be updated in future, or does not need updating at the current time.  The CIS’ role in the UCS, is to r ...
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    8.3 Archie workflows

    A workflow is an ordered sequence of interrelated tasks that need to be completed to achieve a finished product (e.g. a published protocol). The editorial process workflow follows review production from title stage through to the finished review. The aim ...

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