By Julian P. T. Higgins, Sally Green
Chapter 1 advent (pages 1–9): Sally eco-friendly, Julian PT Higgins, Philip Alderson, Mike Clarke, Cynthia D Mulrow and Andrew D Oxman
Chapter 2 getting ready a Cochrane assessment (pages 11–30): Sally eco-friendly and Julian PT Higgins
Chapter three retaining studies: Updates, Amendments and suggestions (pages 31–49): Julian PT Higgins, Sally eco-friendly and Rob JPM Scholten
Chapter four advisor to the Contents of a Cochrane Protocol and evaluate (pages 51–79): Julian PT Higgins and Sally Green
Chapter five Defining the evaluation query and constructing standards for together with reports (pages 81–94): Denise O'Connor, Sally eco-friendly and Julian PT Higgins
Chapter 6 looking for reviews (pages 95–150): Carol Lefebvre, Eric Manheimer and Julie Glanville
Chapter 7 determining reports and accumulating info (pages 151–185): Julian PT Higgins and Jonathan J Deeks
Chapter eight Assessing danger of Bias in incorporated reports (pages 187–241): Julian PT Higgins and Douglas G Altman
Chapter nine Analysing info and project Meta?Analyses (pages 243–296): Jonathan J Deeks, Julian PT Higgins and Douglas G Altman
Chapter 10 Addressing Reporting Biases (pages 297–333): Jonathan AC Sterne, Matthias Egger and David Moher
Chapter eleven featuring effects and ‘Summary of Findings’ Tables (pages 335–357): Holger J Schunemann, Andrew D Oxman, Julian PT Higgins, Gunn E Vist, Paul Glasziou and Gordon H Guyatt
Chapter 12 reading effects and Drawing Conclusions (pages 359–387): Holger J Schunemann, Andrew D Oxman, Gunn E Vist, Julian PT Higgins, Jonathan J Deeks, Paul Glasziou and Gordon H Guyatt
Chapter thirteen together with Non?Randomized experiences (pages 389–432): Barnaby C Reeves, Jonathan J Deeks, Julian PT Higgins and George A Wells
Chapter 14 adversarial results (pages 433–448): Yoon okay Loke, Deirdre expense and Andrew Herxheimer
Chapter 15 Incorporating Economics facts (pages 449–479): Ian Shemilt, Miranda Mugford, Sarah Byford, Michael Drummond, Eric Eisenstein, Martin Knapp, Jacqueline Mallender, David McDaid, Luke Vale and Damian Walker
Chapter sixteen precise themes in facts (pages 481–529): Julian PT Higgins, Jonathan J Deeks and Douglas G Altman
Chapter 17 Patient?Reported results (pages 531–545): Donald L Patrick, Gordon H Guyatt and Catherine Acquadro
Chapter 18 reports of person sufferer info (pages 547–558): Lesley A Stewart, Jayne F Tierney and Mike Clarke
Chapter 19 potential Meta?Analysis (pages 559–570): Davina Ghersi, Jesse Berlin and Lisa Askie
Chapter 20 Qualitative learn and Cochrane experiences (pages 571–591): Jane Noyes, Jennie Popay, Alan Pearson, Karin Hannes and Andrew Booth
Chapter 21 stories in Public wellbeing and fitness and overall healthiness merchandising (pages 593–606): Rebecca Armstrong, Elizabeth Waters and Jodie Doyle
Chapter 22 Overviews of experiences (pages 607–631): Lorne A Becker and Andrew D Oxman
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Typically, this should be done by including a statement such as the following in the introduction: ‘A more detailed review will be published and updated in the Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews’. The reference should be to the protocol for the review published in CDSR. A similar statement should be included in the introduction if a review is published in CDSR prior to publishing a version of the review in a journal. After a version of a Cochrane review has been published in a journal, a reference to the journal publication must be added under the heading ‘Other published versions of this review’.
G. g. correcting a minor error Summary of changes to Cochrane protocols time. An amendment can involve much or little work, and result in big or small changes to the document. b. This changes the formal citation of the document within CDSR, although citations for protocols are not included in MEDLINE or SCI. b Criteria for a new citation version of a Cochrane protocol Criteria for a new citation version of a protocol: Major change A protocol should be classified as a new citation version with major change if there has been an important change to the objectives or scope of the proposed review, usually through a change to the criteria for including studies.
Involving marginalised and vulnerable groups in research: a discussion document. Consumers in NHS research . pdf (accessed 1 January 2008). Thomas 2004 Thomas BH, Ciliska D, Dobbins M, Micucci S. A process for systematically reviewing the literature: providing the research evidence for public health nursing interventions. Worldviews on Evidence-Based Nursing 2004; 1: 165–184. OTE/SPH JWBK247-03 OTE/SPH August 22, 2008 21:13 Printer Name: Yet to Come 3 Maintaining reviews: updates, amendments and feedback Julian PT Higgins, Sally Green and Rob JPM Scholten Key Points r Systematic reviews that are not maintained may become out of date or misleading.