Covidence is an easy-to-use web-based tool that assists in streamlining the production of systematic reviews.
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The Covidence 101 patron webinar includes a live demo providing an overview of the systematic review workflow and showcases some of our most popular features:
You’ll also get tips and tricks to jumpstart your progress, as well as the opportunity to get your specific questions answered. Sessions fill up fast, so reserve your spot today!
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(users must already have a linked author profile)
Covidence is designed to easily import citations ready for screening by multiple reviewers. It provides keyword highlighting and records the voting of screeners. Uploading full copy PDFs is quick and easy and exclusion notes can be captured to resolve disagreements.
Covidence includes customisable data extraction forms and automatically populates the Risk of Bias tables and Prisma Flow Chart. Covidence can be used from the beginning of your Systematic Review - title/abstract screening right through to the beginning of your meta-analysis
This resource is available to all ANZCA Fellows and Trainees.
If you would like Librarian assistance with your Systematic Review/Using Covidence please tick YES in this section within the ANZCA Author Profile Invite Form. Our Research Librarian can assist with searching across databases, advice on conducting and reporting systematic reviews.
Duration: 3 mins 24 secs
In order to take advantage of the ANZCA Covidence subscription, it is necessary for us to send you an invite so that we can link your author profile to the ANZCA account.
Creating a new review in Covidence (1 min 52 secs)
To begin a new review:
You can add authors/reviewers when you first create your review, or you can add them later by going to the Settings> Reviewers menu.
To add to a reviewer directly after creating a review:
To add to a pre-existing review:
Introduction to Covidence Extraction 2.0 (3 mins 15 secs)
Screening Titles and Abstracts (2 mins 55 secs)
Screening Features (6 mins 42 secs)
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