Are we ready to use EROS within Cochrane?

Date
Date: 
Wednesday 3 October 2012 - 10:30 - 11:00
Location: 
Gallery 1
Contact person
Contact person Affiliation Country
Demian Glujovsky (Contact this person) Instituto de Efectividad Clínica y Sanitaria / Institute for Clinical Effectiveness and Health Policy Argentina
Agustín Ciapponi (Contact this person) Argentine Cochrane Centre IECS (Institute for Clinical Effectiveness and Health Policy) Argentina
Meeting details
Intended audience: 
Representatives of the Steering Group, Representatives of the Editorial Unit, Representatives of IMS, Representatives of the Author Forum, Representatives of Ibero-American Cochrane Centre, Representatives of Developing Countries Field, experienced representatives of CRGs or experienced Cochrane authors that has been working with EROS.
Closed or open meeting: 
Closed
Description
Description: 
In the last years, we have been developing EROS (Early Review Organizing Software). EROS is a software that helps authors during the first stages of a systematic review. At the beginning, EROS was a useful tool only for the screening and eligibility stages. Then, we had several meetings and conferences with the Editorial Unit and the IMS in order to develop key features such as multilinguality, compatibility with Revman, independent data collection, independent quality assessment and automatic flowchart. Everything is ready to be exported and analyzed in Revman. Now, EROS is technically ready to be launched within the Cochrane Collaboration. Lots of Cochrane groups have already used EROS and they are satisfied. Are we ready to move forward to use EROS within Cochrane?