This page contains the most up-to-date guidance that we would like our bloggers to follow when preparing their blogs for Evidently Cochrane. Page last updated: January 2022.
What’s new? In the latest version (January 2022), we have shortened and simplified our guide (previously updated in June 2020). We have also included new tips on writing about A way of expressing the chance of an event taking place, expressed as the number of events divided by the total number of observations or people. It can be stated as ‘the chance of falling were one in four’ (1/4 = 25%). This measure is good no matter the incidence of events i.e. common or infrequent. and additional links to more helpful resources for writing.
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