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DARE and NHS EED archives secure on CRD website until at least 2021
CRD would like to reassure our many thousands of users that we are committed to maintaining archive versions of DARE and NHS EED until at least 2021 (the point to which we have funds to support maintenance).
We know the databases remain a valuable resource to those seeking to find out if reviews and economic evaluations have already been done before embarking on new projects, and in providing brief critical reviews and bottom line statements of these.
CRD will continue to maintain and add records to the HTA database until 31st March 2017 at which point a decision about future production will be taken in partnership with INAHTA.
Posted on Wednesday 19 October 2016
A CRD methodological study has just been published in BMC Health Services Research which describes the particular challenges faced when undertaking randomised trials which compare the benefits of receiving treatment in different healthcare settings - such as outpatient wards, community healthcare facilities or home treatment.
Posted on Thursday 29 September 2016
Mark Rodgers and Alison Eastwood recently attended the 60th Anniversary Annual Scientific Meeting of the Society for Social Medicine held here at the University of York, 14-16 September 2016.
Posted on Monday 26 September 2016
Kath Wright attended the Health Libraries Group Conference and presented a poster about the InterTASC Information Specialists' Sub-Group Search Filter Resource.