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Covidence is a web-based tool that improves healthcare evidence synthesis by improving the efficiency and experience of creating and maintaining Systematic Reviews.
A "You've been invited to Covidence" email will be sent to your nominated email address with 2-3 working days.
Click on the Accept invitation link and link an existing Covidence author profile or create a new author profile which is linked to the account.
Have you got questions about how to use Covidence for your review? Then please join Covidence for their upcoming training webinar at 11:00 am (AEST) on Friday, August 20th, 2021. This session includes a live demo providing an overview of the systematic review workflow, and showcasing some of Covidence's 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. No prior experience with Covidence is necessary, nor will anyone need to set up an account prior to joining. Please be sure to register here if you'd like to join, or if you're unable to join but would like to receive a recording of the session ~24 hours after it commences.
Covidence is an online tool that is easy-to-use and assists in streamlining the production of systematic reviews. It is designed to easily import citations ready for screening by multiple reviewers.
This tool 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.
Introduction to Covidence (1 min 33 secs)
Instructions on creating a review
Creating a new review in Covidence (1 min 52 secs)
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