Methods for Cochrane Reviews: Other Publications

Drummond MF, Shemilt I, Vale L on behalf of the Campbell and Cochrane Economics Methods Group. Should The Cochrane Collaboration be producing reviews of efficiency? [Editorial] The Cochrane Library 2013 (24 October). DOI:

Shemilt I, McDaid D, Marsh K, Henderson C, Bertranou E, Mallender J, Drummond M, Mugford M, Vale L, On behalf of the Campbell and Cochrane Economics Methods Group. Issues in the incorporation of economic perspectives and evidence into Cochrane reviews. BMC Systematic Reviews 2013; 2: 83. DOI:

Gilbody S, Bower P, Sutton AJ. Randomized trials with concurrent economic evaluations reported unrepresentatively large clinical effect sizes. Journal of Clinical Epidemiology 2007; 60(8): 781-786.

Anderson L, Oliver S, Michie S, Rehfuess E, Noyes J, Shemilt I. Investigating complexity in systematic reviews of interventions by using a spectrum of methods. Journal of Clinical Epidemiology 2013; 66(11): 1223-1229.

Shemilt I, Wilson E, Vale L. Quality assessment in Modeling in Decision Analytic Models for Economic Evaluation. In: Culyer T, Sculpher M (editors). Encyclopaedia of Health Economics. Oxford: Elsevier, 2013. Available from:

Shemilt I, Mugford M, Vale L, Marsh K, Donaldson C, Drummond M. Evidence synthesis, economics and public policy. Research Synthesis Methods 2010; 1(2): 126-135. DOI:

Shemilt I, Khan N, Park S, Thomas J. Use of cost-effectiveness analysis to compare the efficiency of study identification methods in systematic reviews. BMC Systematic Reviews 2016; 5(1): 1-13. DOI:

Shemilt I, Thomas J, Morciano M. A web-based tool for adjusting costs to a specific target currency and price year. Evidence and Policy 2010; 6(1): 51-59. DOI: