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The impact of Cochrane Systematic Reviews : a mixed method evaluation of outputs from Cochrane review groups supported by the UK National Institute for Health Research
The last few decades have seen a growing emphasis on evidence-informed decision-making in health care. Systematic reviews, such as those produced by Cochrane, have been a key component of this movement. The National Institute ...
Evaluating the nursing, midwifery and health visiting contribution to chronic disease management : An integration of three reviews
This report integrates the evidence from three related, but independent, reviews commissioned by the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) Service Delivery Organisation (SDO) to evaluate the nursing, midwifery and ...
Update on review of reviews on teenage pregnancy and parenthood : Submitted as an Addendum to the first evidence briefing 2003
(National Institute for Clinical Excellence (NICE), 2008)
This report presents the findings from reviews identified since December 2001 to update the first evidence briefing relating to teenage pregnancy and parenthood published in 2003 (Swann et al 2003). Following on from the ...
Evidence from the systematic reviews
(Royal College of Obstetrics and Gynaecology Press, 2007)
Preventing teenage pregnancy : Evidence from systematic reviews
We have recently undertaken an update of the review of reviews (Evidence briefing 2003) on behalf of NICE and in this chapter we briefly summarise the findings of the first review, report in more detail on the results of ...
Contraception advice and provision for the prevention of under 18 conceptions and STIs : A rapid review
(National Institute for Clinical Excellence (NICE), 2006)