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“Stay at home” rules: what makes people more likely to stick to quarantine? In case you missed it, discusses evidence from exploring what makes us more likely to follow the rules & what makes more tolerable
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Learn about experience with the virtual programme - She worked with from her home in Poland:
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Read about Cochrane Incontinence's activity over the past few months: via
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Find out more about what's happening with 's work and members - our April newsletter is now available:
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Have a look at how the community are adapting to their new working situations:
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Cochrane is responding rapidly to by providing trusted evidence to inform health decisions. Read what have done so far and what's upcoming: This page will be updated frequently
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22. Please do leave us feedback in the replies +/- any suggestions for future journal clubs 🙌 Goodnight! 😴
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21. If you are looking for more evidence-based medicine content, then head over to @evidencebasecamp on Instagram () where we post EBM content daily! 💯⛺️🙏
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20. And that’s it! 👏 Thank you to and everyone who participated in this journal club, I hope you found it interesting and useful 🙏
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19. SUMMARY of my learning points: 1) Outcomes should be reported accurately to avoid misinterpretation 2) Interventions should be standardised to limit confounding and ensure repeatability 3) Statistical significance is not the same as clinical significance
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18. So in conclusion, what are your overall thoughts? a) What were the main positives and negatives? b) What factors had the biggest impact on the results? c) How would you improve them? d) Any other comments? 👇
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Replying to @CochraneUK
Statistically significant may not be clinically significant
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17. DISCUSSION – “Weak evidence was found of an effect of acupuncture care on non-specific low back pain at 12 months, but stronger evidence of a small benefit at 24 months” – What are your thoughts on this statement? Is this justified by the results?
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15. RESULTS [Outcomes] – Take a look at the results for the primary and secondary outcomes, is an effect size and estimate of precision (95% confidence interval) given?
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13. RESULTS [Participants] – In the interest of time, let's move on from the methods. Is there a description/diagram illustrating the number of participants in each group, drop-outs and exclusions with reasons?
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11. METHODS [Randomisation] – What method of randomisation was used? How was it implemented? Was there allocation concealment? How was it concealed?
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10. METHODS [Outcomes] – What are your thoughts on the outcome measures selected? Are they subjective or objective? Are their primary and secondary outcomes pre-specified? Are they suitable for answering the study question?
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9. METHODS [Interventions] – Were the interventions standardised? Are they free from bias? Could they be adequately replicated? Why is this important?
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8. METHODS [Participants] – What were the eligibility criteria? Were the criteria appropriate?
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7. INTRODUCTION – Does this section outline the scientific context and rationale for the study? Does it present a clear hypothesis?
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