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Europe PMC team

 | 9 February 2015


Health care and health policy reviews now available: Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews

More than 300 Cochrane Systematic Reviews, funded under the 2007
and 2010 UK National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) Programme Grant
programmes, are available on Europe PMC.
This has been a collaborative project between Cochrane,
Wiley, and the Europe PMC team, and has enabled us to make this subset of
full-text reviews available to access for free via Europe PMC with the functionality that papers
in Europe PMC enjoy.
Cochrane Reviews are systematic reviews of primary research in human health care and health policy, and are
used internationally to inform evidence-based health care policy and practice. Those
included in Europe PMC investigate the effects of interventions for prevention,
treatment and rehabilitation, or studies assessing diagnostic test accuracy.
We look forward to adding further reviews in the future as
they become available.
Weighing up the evidence
To find Cochrane Reviews on Europe PMC you may use the
search term:
(JOURNAL:”Cochrane Database Syst Rev”) AND (EPMC_AUTH_MAN:y)
or use journals search box in the Advanced Search facility.
This post is by Rob Rowbotham, Europe PMC Helpdesk Manager.
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