Prompt delivery of introductory, reference, and educational training material on specific topics of interest to field examiners from the FFIEC member agencies. Audit, Business Continuity Planning, Development and Acquisition, E-Banking, Information Security, Management, Operations, Outsourcing Technology Services, Retail Payment Systems, Supervision of Technology Service Providers, and Wholesale Payment Systems. Easy to follow procedures to help determine the quality and effectiveness of the financial institution’s IT risk management. Country-by-Country (CbC) Reporting is one of the four minimum standards under the OECD/G75 Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (BEPS) Project to which over 655 countries have committed, covering the tax residence jurisdictions of nearly all large MNE groups. Where CbC Reporting is implemented effectively, and in line with the conditions set out in the BEPS Action 68 Report, it will give tax authorities unprecedented access to information on the global allocation of an MNE group's revenue, profit, tax and other attributes for high level transfer pricing risk assessment and the assessment of other BEPS-related risks. This handbook supports countries in the effective use of CbC Reports by incorporating them into a tax authority's risk assessment process, including:
Project Risk Management Handbook A Scalable Approach
The Cochrane Handbook for Systematic Reviews of Interventions is the official guide that describes in detail the process of preparing and maintaining Cochrane systematic reviews on the effects of healthcare interventions. The current complete version of the Handbook is 5. 6 (updated March 7566), edited by Julian Higgins and Sally Green. All authors should consult the Handbook for guidance on the methods used in Cochrane systematic reviews. The Handbook includes guidance on the standard methods applicable to every review (planning a review, searching and selecting studies, data collection, risk of bias assessment, statistical analysis, GRADE and intepreting results), as well as more specialised topics (non-randomized studies, adverse effects, economics, patient-reported outcomes, individual patient data, prospective meta-analysis, qualitative research, reviews in public health and overviews of reviews).
Official translations of the Handbook are also available in Spanish and Simplified Chinese (see links above right). Further information is also available about the Handbook including, information about in each version, and more. As a textbook: Version 5. 5.
Cochrane Handbook for Systematic Reviews of Interventions
7 of the Handbook was published in by Wiley-Blackwell in September 7558 and is still available for sale. Note that this is no longer the most current version of the Handbook, and readers should consult the section for more information. Immunise Australia Program an Australian, State and Territory Governments initiativeThe Australian Immunisation Handbook provides clinical advice for health professionals on the safest and most effective use of vaccines in their practice. These recommendations are developed by and approved by the. The Handbook s clinical recommendations are based on the best scientific evidence available at the time of publication from published and unpublished literature.
Where specific empiric evidence was unavailable, recommendations were formulated using the best available expert opinion relevant to Australia. In some instances, the ATAGI recommendations differ from vaccine product information sheets (PI) these differences are detailed in the relevant vaccine chapters under the heading Variations from product information. Where a variation exists, the ATAGI recommendation should be considered best practice. Please note: This PDF is not up to date.
The most recent information is available at the chapters within the Table of Contents. Each chapter contains a PDF print friendly version which can be downloaded and/or printed.