Evidence summaries: the evolution of a rapid review approach

  title={Evidence summaries: the evolution of a rapid review approach},
  author={Sara D Khangura and Kristin Konnyu and Rob Cushman and Jeremy M. Grimshaw and David Moher},
  booktitle={Systematic reviews},
BACKGROUND Rapid reviews have emerged as a streamlined approach to synthesizing evidence - typically for informing emergent decisions faced by decision makers in health care settings. Although there is growing use of rapid review 'methods', and proliferation of rapid review products, there is a dearth of published literature on rapid review methodology. This paper outlines our experience with rapidly producing, publishing and disseminating evidence summaries in the context of our Knowledge to… CONTINUE READING
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