In 2001, Bronfort, et al, conducted a systematic review
of nine randomized controlled trials involving 683 patients with chronic headache.
To measure and characterize the biggest challenges that librarians face while collaborating on systematic review
projects, we used a web-based survey designed in Qualtrics survey software (Qualtrics, Provo, UT).
For example, suppose one is interested in educational organizations in low- and middle-income countries and wants to assess the effects of decentralizing decision-making processes: one can consult a recent systematic review
(Carr-Hill et al.
Nevertheless, expert consensus statements can be developed by incorporating findings from rigorous systematic reviews
of available evidence using the same transparent and explicit methods as those for clinical practice guidelines.
One additional systematic review
was located through the search of the reference list of included systematic reviews
(7), one through communication with Professor Clare Bambra (Durham University, United Kingdom) regarding her included systematic reviews
(16), and one through a search by the funders (17).
Finding what works in health care: Standards for systematic reviews
Topical therapies for the treatment of plaque psoriasis: systematic review
and network meta-analyses.
Gore and Julie Jones state that any form of librarian involvement in a systematic review
leads to an increase in the visibility of librarians' skills as expert searchers and research collaborators.
Role of antimicrobial photodynamic therapy in the treatment of aggressive periodontitis: A systematic review
The application of systematic review
methods is not limited to research addressing questions of efficacy or effectiveness, but extends to other healthcare questions including diagnosis, aetiology and prognosis, to name just a few.
The role of hospital managers in quality and patient safety: A systematic review
In a systematic review
of the literature since 2007, investigators for the U.