How to conduct systematic reviews more expeditiously?

  title={How to conduct systematic reviews more expeditiously?},
  author={Alexander Tsertsvadze and Yen-Fu Chen and David Moher and Paul Sutcliffe and Noel Denis McCarthy},
  booktitle={Systematic reviews},
Healthcare consumers, researchers, patients and policy makers increasingly use systematic reviews (SRs) to aid their decision-making process. However, the conduct of SRs can be a time-consuming and resource-intensive task. Often, clinical practice guideline developers or other decision-makers need to make informed decisions in a timely fashion (e.g. outbreaks of infection, hospital-based health technology assessments). Possible approaches to address the issue of timeliness in the production of… CONTINUE READING
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