Priority setting for systematic review of health care interventions in Nigeria.

@article{Meremikwu2011PrioritySF,
  title={Priority setting for systematic review of health care interventions in Nigeria.},
  author={Martin M. Meremikwu and Ekong Emmanuel Udoh and Bridget Nwagbara and Emmanuel Edet Effa and Chioma M. Oringanje and Bassey Effiong Edet and Eucharia N. Nwagbara and Segun Bello and Felix Eke},
  journal={Health policy},
  year={2011},
  volume={99 3},
  pages={244-9}
}
OBJECTIVES In an era of evidence based medicine and systematic review, this study seeks to identify priority systematic review topics that address common health problems in Nigeria. METHODS Firstly, a primary list of health problems was compiled from the National Health Management Information Systems and information from key informants (health professionals, researchers and NGOs) drawn from the six geo-political zones in Nigeria. Key steps included compilation and ranking of a comprehensive… CONTINUE READING

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