Finding and appraising qualitative evidence
What does the Cochrane logo tell us?< Back to search results
- Format Videos
- Language/s English
- Target Audience Further education, Self-directed learning
- EBM Stage 2 - Finding the evidence, 3 - Appraising evidence
- Duration 5-15 mins
- Difficulty Intermediate
Key Concepts addressed
- 2-3g Statistical significance is not the same as importance
- 1-2f Consider all of the relevant fair comparisons
This video and animated slide presentation prepared by Steven Woloshin shows how the Cochrane logo was developed, and what it tells us.
The presentation explains relative risks, confidence intervals, forest plots, and standard and cumulative meta-analyses.
Read on to watch the video or download the slides.
Watch the video
Systematic reviews are the best way to understand the effects of treatments because they consider all the relevant, reliable evidence.
This resource will be useful for teachers, lecturers or others who want to explain systematic reviews using clear and informative visuals.
You can watch the video (8 minutes 23 seconds) by clicking Lisa and Steve’s picture on the right. The video is in M4V format.
You can also download the slides (926 KB, PPT format).