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Appeals

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What's new

 

Support resources (appeals)Added information about COPE and relevant resources.

Cochrane Review updates

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General revisionSeparated policy into sections

 

Living systematic reviewsAdded information about living systematic reviews.

Cochrane Review versions and citations

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Cochrane Review versions and citationsNew page

 

Policy for assigning ‘What’s New’ events
  • Page title changed from “What's New events (publishing events) in Cochrane Reviews: new publication, new citation, or change in publication status” to “Policy for assigning ‘What’s New’ events”
  • Text changed to clarify policy requirements
  • Text about citations moved to new section ‘About citation versions’.

 

Policy for assigning ‘What’s New’ events

Added an example of when a new citation is not required: addition of a comment and/or a reply to the feedback section but with no other changes to the (apart from minor typographical errors)

 

Digital object identifier (DOI) and website address (URL) of a Cochrane Review

Updated with new Cochrane Library URL and Crossref DOI display guidelines

 

Policy for assigning ‘What’s New’ events

Scenarios updated; the previous iteration of the policy is available as a PDF file.

Peer review

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Exceptions to named peer review: special casesNew page added for the post-implementation phase

 

Type of peer reviewAdded in text in italic: Note that Consumer peer reviewers are exempt from the named peer review process, and may remain anonymous if they wish to do so. (Consumers still follow the policy for Declarations of potential conflicts of interest for peer reviewers).

 

Peer review policyRemoved "Note: this policy is currently being implemented across all Cochrane groups. It will be implemented fully by all Cochrane groups by January 2019."

 

Type of peer reviewAdded statement regarding consumer reviewers remaining anonymous.
May 2018Peer review policyOrganizational peer review policy published: ADD ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

Plagiarism

DateSectionChange

 

Across policyMinor revisions for currency and updates of contact details
September 2014n/aNew policy; the following group of people contributed to the development of this policy: Ann Jones, Anna Hobson, Gavin Stewart, Harriet MacLehose, Karin Dearness, Laura Prescott, Liz Wager, Paul Garner, Peter Tugwell, Phil Wiffen, Ruth Brassington, Sera Tort. The starting point for this policy was text drafted by Liz Wager and Phil Wiffen on publication ethics, including plagiarism.

Reporting search dates in Cochrane Reviews

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January 2015

General informationAt the joint meetings of the Co-ordinating Editors, Managing Editors, and Trials Search Co-ordinators held during the Cochrane Colloquia in Auckland (2012) and Quebec (2013) it was agreed that ‘Date of search’ should be used instead of ‘Assessed as up-to-date’ to reflect the search and full incorporation of all search results into a Cochrane Review. The technical issues associated with retiring the ‘Assessed as up-to-date’ field are currently being addressed by Cochrane and Wiley; however this will not prevent editorial teams from adhering to this new policy on how to report search dates.
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