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Posted on Friday 29 July 2016
We are seeking views from authors about using information from regulatory documents such as Clinical Study Reports (CSRs) in their systematic reviews. We have already surveyed Cochrane review authors and are now seeking the views of non-Cochrane review authors. The survey is part of project aimed at developing guidance for including data from regulatory documents in systematic reviews.
Posted on Friday 15 July 2016
CRD Research Fellows Jane Dalton and Mark Rodgers attended the ninth annual HSRUK Symposium in Nottingham on 13-14 July 2016 to present their research from the York HS&DR Evidence Synthesis Centre.
Posted on Wednesday 13 July 2016
Mark Simmonds, Research Fellow at CRD, will be attending the 28th International Biometric Conference in Victoria, Canada (10th-15th July 2016).