CogTale: an online platform for the evaluation, synthesis, and dissemination of evidence from cognitive interventions studies
Julieta Sabates, Sylvie Belleville, Mary Castellani, Tzvi Dwolatzky, Benjamin M Hampstead, Amit Lampit, Sharon Simon, Kaarin Anstey, Belinda Goodenough, Serafino Mancuso, Davis Marques, Richard Sinnott, Alex Bahar-Fuchs
SYSTEMATIC REVIEWS | BMC | Published : 2021
Systematic reviews and meta-analyses are critical in health-related decision-making, and are considered the gold standard in research synthesis methods. However, with new trials being regularly published and with the development of increasingly rigorous standards of data synthesis, systematic reviews often require much expertise and long periods of time to be completed. Automation of some of the steps of evidence synthesis productions is a promising improvement in the field, capable of reducing the time and costs associated with the process.This article describes the development and main characteristics of a novel online repository of cognitive intervention studies entitled Cognitive Treatme..View full abstract
Awarded by National Institute on Aging, National Institutes of Health
Grants from Dementia Australia Research Foundation (CI Bahar-Fuchs), the University of Melbourne MDHS Seed Grant (CI Bahar-Fuchs), and a kick-start grant from the Dementia Centres for Collaborative Research supported the development of CogTale. We acknowledge funding from the National Institute on Aging, National Institutes of Health via R35 (AG072262) to BMH.