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  1. Update section 4.6.2 - ROB tables do not use yes and no anymore

    The new Cochrane Risk of bias form is no longer ask questions for “yes, unclear, no”, but as “low, unclear and high”, because it is confusing to consider an answer of “yes” to “incomplete outcome data” or “selective reporting” as low risk of bias. The Cochrane handbook has updated for the RoB section (Chapter 8), but not in the chapter 4.6.2 for the introduction of Rob (http://handbook.cochrane.org/chapter_4/4_6_2_risk_of_bias.htm), so I read several systematic reviews recently, I see people still use “Yes, No, unclear” in their RoB table and quote this chapter.

    I think it would be good to let…

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    • Searchable resources of common errors, guidance and training resources

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      As a Cochrane author or editor with a question, I want to be able to find all the resources relevant to my question with a single search (training, standards, Handbook guidance, policies examples, common errors, software demos), so that I don’t have to know about all the sources and locations for individual resources, or click through lots of menus in order to answer my question. (This would also apply to external review authors looking for Cochrane guidance)

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      As a Cochrane author, editor or trainer, I want to be able to search for relevant MECIR…

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