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The perspective of a Cochrane Review Group Editor

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Bernd Richter speaking at the Symposium on the 10th Anniversary of the German Cochrane Centre

Bernd Richter speaking at the Symposium on the 10th Anniversary of the German Cochrane Centre


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    • 1. Bernd Richter [email_address] Symposium anlässlich des 10-jährigen Bestehens des Deutschen Cochrane Zentrums “ The perspective of a Cochrane Review Group Editor”
    • 2.  
    • 3. www.cochrane.org
    • 4. Cochrane Collaboration: structure
    • 5.
      • Co-ordinating Editor
      • Review Group Coordinator (RGC)
      • Assistant RGC
      • Trial Search Coordinator
      • Research Associates
      • Feedback Editor
      • Editorial Board
      • External Peer Referees (content, methods, consumer …)
      Infrastructure of a Cochrane Review Group
    • 6. Cochrane Review Groups
    • 7. Cochrane title
    • 8.  
    • 9. Cochrane protocol/review/update
    • 10.
      • New horizons
      Old and new challenges
    • 11. Review Manager 5
    • 12.
      • New horizons
      • New software
      Old and new challenges
    • 13. Review Manager 5
    • 14. Review Manager 5
    • 15. GRADEprofiler
    • 16.
      • New horizons
      • New software
      • Editorial issues
      Old and new challenges
    • 17. Cochrane information management system (IMS)
    • 18. Time tracking / Editorial management systems
    • 19. Time tracking / Editorial management systems
    • 20.  
    • 21.
      • New horizons
      • New software
      • Editorial issues
      • Quality assurance
      Old and new challenges
    • 22. Review Manager 5: room for improvement
    • 23. Review Manager 5: room for improvement
    • 24. Quality assurance issues
      • Patient-oriented/reported outcomes (PRO)
      • Good structured reviews with mandatory features: - report on PRO in plain language summary & abstract - standard data in abstract & plain language summary - standard ‘characteristics of included studies’ table - standard ‘risk of bias’ table - study population data
      • Provide data extraction forms (appendices) - standard: baseline characteristics, adverse events …
      • Check of search strategies
      • The Editorial Board Initiative
      • Implement decisions to improve quality of reviews
      • Long-term strategic vision for developing the CLIB
      • Support for authors, editors and bases
      • Improve and increase communication
    • 25.
      • New horizons
      • New software
      • Editorial issues
      • Quality assurance
      • Updates of Cochrane reviews
      Old and new challenges
    • 26. Updates of Cochrane reviews
      • Support by CRGs (Trial Search Coordinators)
      • Improvement of Review Manger 5 software …
      • Focus on patient-oriented outcomes
      • Focus on longer-term studies
      • Focus on key study data
      • Special CRG funding
    • 27.  
    • 28. Summary
      • 10 years German Cochrane Centre : ‘achievements & shortfalls’ ( collective liability ) and beyond …
      • Initiation of the Cochrane movement
      • Networking with EbM activities
      • Constant support for contributors
      • Steady workshop activities
      • Still not enough German authors
      • Infrastructural funding of Cochrane activities in Germany
      • Academic anchorage?
      • Low in staff and haunted by work intensification: How about quality?
      • Are our reviews really patient-oriented?
    • 29.