Methodological guidance for systematic reviews of observational epidemiological studies reporting prevalence and cumulative incidence data

@article{Munn2015MethodologicalGF,
  title={Methodological guidance for systematic reviews of observational epidemiological studies reporting prevalence and cumulative incidence data},
  author={Z. Munn and S. Moola and K. Lisy and D. Riitano and C. Tufănaru},
  journal={International Journal of Evidence-Based Healthcare},
  year={2015},
  volume={13},
  pages={147–153}
}
Aim:There currently does not exist guidance for authors aiming to undertake systematic reviews of observational epidemiological studies, such as those reporting prevalence and incidence information. These reviews are particularly useful to measure global disease burden and changes in disease over time. The aim of this article is to provide guidance for conducting these types of reviews. Methods:A methodological working group of the Joanna Briggs Institute, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia… Expand
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