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What Is a Diagnostic Test Accuracy Review?

Video   Jul 06, 2020 | Taken from Cochrane, YouTube

 

Cochrane systematic reviews can help us to make healthcare decisions based on up-to-date research evidence. They are systematic because they search for and analyse evidence in a systematic way, according to predetermined and published methods.

Each systematic review answers a specific healthcare question by gathering all the relevant studies, assessing the reliability of these studies, then summarising their results to produce a summary of all of the available evidence.

One type of systematic review is a diagnostic test accuracy or DTA review. 

 
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