Cochrane Interactive Learning multimedia

This page provides the multimedia (video, animation, audio) from Cochrane Interactive Learning modules for users who are unable to access them on YouTube. The links to multimedia files are organized by modules and the titles of the module pages in which multimedia appear are indicated.

Module 1

Features and benefits of a systematic review (page 'Systematic reviews vs non-systematic reviews')


Module 2

Why are systematic review protocols important? (page 'Rationale for protocols')
Format of a Cochrane Protocol (page 'Structure of a Cochrane Protocol')

Module 3

Search in systematic reviews (page 'Importance of a rigorous approach to searching')
Using controlled vocabulary in a search (page 'Turning concepts into search terms')
Using Boolean operators (page 'Boolean operators')
How to update a search (page 'Updating your search')

Module 4

Importance of duplicate working (page 'Minimizing bias in selection')
Using data extraction sheets (page 'Data collection forms')
Pitfalls and challenges in data collection (page 'Dealing with challenges')
Reaching a consensus on data (page 'Dealing with challenges')

Module 5

What is bias and what is risk of bias? (page 'What is bias and what is risk of bias?')
Importance of randomizing (page 'Importance of randomizing')
Allocation concealment 1 (page 'Allocation concealment', heading 'Protecting the random sequence')
Allocation concealment 2 (page 'Allocation concealment', heading 'Sealed, opaque envelopes')
Allocation concealment 3 (page 'Allocation concealment', heading 'What do you think?)
Allocation concealment 4 (page 'Allocation concealment', heading 'Open envelopes')
Considering the extent of missing data (page 'How much data are missing, and why')
Blinding outcome assessors (page 'Blinding outcome assessors')
Carryover effect and how to remove it (page 'Risk of bias in cross-over trials')
Predicting the direction of bias (page 'Predicting the direction of bias')

Module 6

Endpoint and change from baseline data (page ‘Endpoint measures and changes from baseline’)
Creating a Generic Inverse Variance outcome in RevMan (page ‘Generic inverse-variance’, heading How to use GIV meta-analysis, Cochrane Tip)
How to log-transform data in RevMan (page ‘Generic inverse-variance’, heading ‘Important: log transformation’, Cochrane Tip)

Module 8

Review structure (page ‘The overall structure and the framework’)
GRADE as a framework for reporting (page ‘The overall structure and the framework’)
The ‘Summary of findings’ table format (page ‘What is in a ‘Summary of findings’ table?’)