Doing a Cochrane Review can seem like a daunting task, but Cochrane provides extensive support and guidance for authors.
- Cochrane Handbook for Systematic Reviews of Interventions - Essential guidance for all sections of your review
- MECIR - Methodological Expectations for Conducting and reporting Cochrane Reviews
- RevMan - Review Manager (RevMan) is the core software for producing Cochrane Reviews
- Archie - central Cochrane server where documents and contact details are stored
- Top Tips for using RevMan and Archie
It can take some time to get up to speed with what is required to do a Cochrane Review. A really good place to start is with the online learning provided by Cochrane Training.
- Interactive Learning: Conducting an Intervention Review - Authors of Cochrane Reviews are entitled to free access to our flagship online course
- Cochrane Methods
- Conflict of Interest Policy
If you need extra help with your review tasks you can post on Cochrane TaskExchange to reach a large community of volunteers. Please acknowledge volunteer contributors (e.g. translators) in your review.