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Handbook information
Part 1: Cochrane reviews
Part 2: General methods for Cochrane reviews
    5 Defining the review question and developing criteria for including studies
    6 Searching for studies
    7 Selecting studies and collecting data
    8 Assessing risk of bias in included studies
    9 Analysing data and undertaking meta-analyses
    10 Addressing reporting biases
    11 Presenting results and 'Summary of findings' tables
       11.1 Introduction
       11.2 Results of the search and selection of studies
       11.3 Data and analyses
       11.4 Figures
       11.5 'Summary of findings' tables
          11.5.1 Introduction to 'Summary of findings' tables
          11.5.2 Selecting outcomes for 'Summary of findings' tables
          11.5.3 General template for 'Summary of findings' tables
          Figure 11.5.a: Example of a 'Summary of findings' table
          11.5.4 Producing 'Summary of findings' tables
          11.5.5 Statistical considerations in 'Summary of findings' tables
          11.5.6 Detailed contents of a 'Summary of findings' table
    Table title and header
    Illustrative comparative risks 1: Assumed risk (with control intervention)
    Illustrative comparative risks 2: Corresponding risk (with experimental intervention)
    Relative effect (95% CI)
    Number of participants (studies)
    Quality of the evidence (GRADE)
       11.6 Additional tables
       11.7 Presenting results in the text
       11.8 Writing an abstract
       Box 11.8.a: Hypothetical example of an abstract
       11.9 Writing a plain language summary
       11.10 Chapter information
       11.11 References
    12 Interpreting results and drawing conclusions
Part 3: Special topics
Additional material