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November 2010

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  • FOCUS: Technical Brief No. 29
    The Cochrane Collaboration: A Valuable
    Knowledge Translation Resource

    This issue of FOCUS provides a brief overview of The Cochrane Collaboration and highlights entities and resources of the Collaboration that can assist disability and rehabilitation researchers and knowledge users in their knowledge translation efforts. The Cochrane Collaboration has become the premier source worldwide of high-quality systematic reviews in health care and its efforts apply in many ways to disability and rehabilitation, particularly in the health and function domain.

    Read More: http://www.ncddr.org/kt/products/focus/focus29

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