Front page
Handbook information
Part 1: Cochrane reviews
    1 Introduction
    2 Preparing a Cochrane review
       2.1 Rationale for protocols
       2.2 Format of a Cochrane review
       2.3 Logistics of doing a review
          2.3.1 Motivation for undertaking a review
          2.3.2 Planning the topic and scope of a review
          2.3.3 Registering a protocol
          2.3.4 The review team
    The importance of a team
    Consumer involvement
    Advisory groups
             Box2.3.a: An example of the benefits of using an advisory group
          2.3.5 Cochrane software for review authors and editorial bases of Cochrane Review Groups
          2.3.6 Training
          2.3.7 Editorial procedures of a Cochrane Review Group
          2.3.8 Resources for a systematic review
          Box2.3.b: Timeline for a Cochrane review
          2.3.9 Seeking funding
       2.4 Publication of Cochrane reviews in print journals and books
       2.5 Publication of previously published reviews as Cochrane reviews
       2.6 Declaration of interest and commercial sponsorship
       Box 2.6.a The Cochrane Collaboration Code of Conduct Avoiding Potential Financial Conflicts of Interest
       2.7 Chapter information
       2.8 References
    3 Maintaining reviews: updates, amendments and feedback
    4 Guide to the contents of a Cochrane protocol and review
Part 2: General methods for Cochrane reviews
Part 3: Special topics
Additional material