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Study-based registers reduce waste in systematic reviewing: discussion and case report
BACKGROUND: Maintained study-based registers (SBRs) have, at their core, study records linked to, potentially, multiple other records such as references, data sets, standard texts and full-text reports. Such registers can ...
Introducing RAPTOR: RevMan Parsing Tool for Reviews
BACKGROUND: Much effort is made to ensure Cochrane reviews are based on reliably extracted data. There is a commitment to wide access to these data-for novel processing and/or reuse-but delivering this access is problematic. ...
Development of workable solutions to overcome known limitations of overview methodology
Background: Overviews are a relatively new phenomenon borne out of the need to combine a number of systematic reviews for clinical decision making and policy development. Even though great strides have been made in overview ...
Patient and public involvement in systematic reviews: A systematic review of literature
Background: Patient and public involvement (PPI) is part of any research including the systematic reviews. However, the body of evidence on this matter is not clear about the methods, process and challenges and ...