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Handbook information
Part 1: Cochrane reviews
Part 2: General methods for Cochrane reviews
Part 3: Special topics
    13 Including non-randomized studies
    14 Adverse effects
    15 Incorporating economics evidence
       15.1 The role and relevance of economics evidence in Cochrane reviews
       15.2 Planning the economics component of a Cochrane review
          15.2.1 Formulating an economics question
          Figure 15.2.a: Clinical event pathways
          Box15.2.a: Background commentary highlighting economics aspects of interventions
          15.2.2 Including measures of resource use, costs and cost-effectiveness as outcomes
          15.2.3 Specifying types of health economics studies and the scope of the economics component of a review
       15.3 Locating studies
       15.4 Selecting studies and collecting data
       15.5 Addressing risk of bias
       15.6 Analysing and presenting results
       15.7 Addressing reporting biases
       15.8 Interpreting results
       Box15.8.a: Highlighting a need for further economics studies in
       15.9 Conclusions
       15.10 Chapter information
       Box15.10.a: The Campbell and Cochrane Economics Methods Group
       15.11 References
    16 Special topics in statistics
    17 Patient-reported outcomes
    18 Reviews of individual patient data
    19 Prospective meta-analysis
    20 Qualitative research and Cochrane reviews
    21 Reviews in public health and health promotion
    22 Overviews of reviews
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