Front page
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
       15.3 Locating studies
       15.4 Selecting studies and collecting data
       15.5 Addressing risk of bias
       15.6 Analysing and presenting results
          Introductory text
          15.6.1 Presenting results in tables
          15.6.2 Narrative summary of results
          15.6.3 Meta-analysis of resource use and cost data
          Box15.6.a: Statement of a decision not to conduct a meta-analysis of resource use or cost data
          15.6.4 Developing an economic model
       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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