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  • Originally posted on Cochrane Community on 12 February 2020. Re-posted here on 13 February 2020.Cochrane is pleased to announce the release of a new, eleventh module of the Cochrane Interactive Learning course on Health equity in systematic reviews. In it, users will learn about health equity, which is the absence of avoidable and unfair...
    February 13 2020
  • Posted on 20 January 2020.This has been reposted with permission from BMJ Opinion (the original post can be accessed here). Hilary Thomson tells us more about the (Synthesis Without Meta-Analysis) SWiM project team’s development of the SWiM guideline for the synthesis of quantitative data of intervention effects. The work presented is...
    January 20 2020
  • By Annie Synnot (Research Fellow, Cochrane Australia) - Posted on 15 January 2020The Living Evidence Network is pleased to announce that updated guidance for Cochrane living systematic reviews (LSRs) is now available online!‘Guidance for the production and publication of Cochrane living systematic reviews: Cochrane Reviews in living mode’ has been...
    January 15 2020
  • Posted by Froeks Kamminga (Methods Liaison Officer) on 14 January 2020The Thomas C Chalmers MD Award Committee 2019 (Co-Chaired by Ian Saldanha and Matt Page with full committee membership at the end of the post) wishes to extend its congratulations to this year’s winner for best Poster presentation, Rui Wang.Background to the Thomas C Chalmers...
    January 2 2020
  • Posted by Froeks Kamminga (Methods Liaison Officer) on 8 January 2020The Thomas C Chalmers MD Award Committee 2019 (Co-Chaired by Ian Saldanha and Matt Page with full committee membership at the end of the post) wishes to extend its congratulations to this year’s winner for best Oral presentation, Dena Zeraatkar.Background to the Thomas C Chalmers...
    December 18 2019
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  • Posted by Ella Flemyng (Methods Implementation Coordinator) on 21 November 2019.Do you want to propose a change to the methods or tools used in Cochrane Reviews, such as to consider new methods or discontinue out-of-date methods? The Cochrane Methods Executive and Scientific Committee are pleased to announce a relaunch of the process for the...
    November 15 2019
  • Posted by Kerry Dwan (Methods Support Unit Lead and Statistical Editor) on 8 November 2019.Cochrane Methods is excited to announce the launch of the brand-new Methods Support Unit.The Methods Support Unit (more affectionately known as the MSU) has been created with the aim of improving the consistency and methodological quality of Cochrane...
    November 7 2019
  • Posted by Ella Flemyng (Methods Implementation Coordinator) on 14 October 2019.Cochrane Methods is pleased to welcome Dr Tianjing Li to the Methods Executive!Tianjing Li is an Associate Professor in the Department of Epidemiology at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, USA, and currently based at the Department of Ophthalmology, School...
    October 14 2019
  • Update on 30 October 2019: The 2019 Methods Symposium was cancelled as the 2019 Cochrane Colloquium was cancelled. Full details can be found here. We are now considering other options for the 2019 Methods Symposium and updates will be shared when they are avaliable.Co-chairs: Professor Julian Higgins and Dr Joanne McKenzieCochrane reviews are...
    October 2 2019

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