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  • Why do we need Evidence-Based Methods in Cochrane Reviews?Professor John Ioannidis from Stanford University presented on "Increasing value, reducing waste in research: a role for meta-epidemiology"Co-chairs: Professor Mike Clarke and Dr Jo McKenzie (Read the recently published full editorial on the Cochrane Library)This year’s methods...
    June 25 2015
  • The MIF was established in 2012 to fund methodological research.  Historically the evaluation of research methods is an area which struggles to obtain funding. The 2015 Methods Symposium will spotlight the importance of knowing the uncertainties within and limits of the methods we use so that we can measure how they affect review...
    June 25 2015
  • Submitted by The Quality and Implementation Methods GroupInterventions to increase the use of electronic health information by health care practitioners to improve clinical practice and patient outcomes. Full citationFiander M, McGowan J, Grad R, Pluye P, Hannes K, Labrecque M et al. (2015). Interventions to increase the use of...
    June 25 2015
  • Collaborative research between the Bias Methods Group and the Non-Randomised Studies Group has led to the development of a risk of bias assessment tool (ACROBAT-NRSI).Further information can be found here riskofbias.info
    June 25 2015
  • We seek nominations to fill two vacant positions on the new Cochrane Methods Executive, to start in September 2018 at the Edinburgh Colloquium. Please note the deadline is *Thursday 19th July*.The new Methods Executive will take on more strategic responsibility supporting the Scientific Committee with its agenda, the Editorial Board on issues with...
    June 20 2010

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