This lesson is part of an introductory series developed by Cochrane Screening & Diagnostic Test Methods Group to support authors in the production of DTA reviews. In this lesson, the focus is on collecting the data from diagnostic accuracy studies. A full list of currently available or planned lessons is available here.
- identify items that should be collected
- use practical ways to collect data from diagnostic accuracy studies
5.1 Collecting study characteristics
Cite as: Leeflang MM, Davenport CF, Takwoingi Y, Deeks JJ. Collecting study characteristics. Lesson 5.1: Cochrane Collaboration DTA Online Learning Materials. The Cochrane Collaboration, October 2014. Videocast (30 slides, 23 min, sound, colour). Available at http://training.cochrane.org.
Session compiled and narrated by Mariska Leeflang with technical support from Anne Walker and Paul Good, University of Birmingham. With grateful acknowledgement of the many members of the Cochrane DTA Reviews Working Group upon which the materials, in part, are based. Funded by the UK NIHR and the Cochrane Collaboration, with support from the University of Birmingham and the University of Amsterdam.