Cochrane Reviews investigate the effects of interventions for prevention, treatment and rehabilitation in a healthcare setting. They are designed to facilitate the choices that doctors, patients, policy makers and others face in health care. Read more here: www.cochrane.org...
What does it mean if a PCG Cochrane review is flagged as 'withdrawn' in the Cochrane Library?
The withdrawn flag does not mean that the review has been Retracted. In the past, the PCG used to flag a Cochrane review as ‘withdrawn’ if it was no longer going to be updated or had been superseded by a new review on the same topic (prepared by a new review team). Whilst we no longer use the ‘withdrawn’ flag in this way there are around 50 ‘withdrawn’ reviews flagged in the Cochrane Library.
How to provide feedback about a Cochrane review
Go to The Cochrane Library and find the review you wish to provide feedback on. In the left hand window scroll down and click on 'Submit Feedback'. This will open a feedback window for you to complete.