Systematic Review and Evidence Integration for Literature-Based Environmental Health Science Assessments

@inproceedings{Rooney2014SystematicRA,
  title={Systematic Review and Evidence Integration for Literature-Based Environmental Health Science Assessments},
  author={Andrew A. Rooney and Abee Lowman Boyles and Mary S. Wolfe and John R. Bucher and Kristina A. Thayer},
  booktitle={Environmental health perspectives},
  year={2014}
}
BACKGROUND Systematic-review methodologies provide objectivity and transparency to the process of collecting and synthesizing scientific evidence in reaching conclusions on specific research questions. There is increasing interest in applying these procedures to address environmental health questions. OBJECTIVES The goal was to develop a systematic-review framework to address environmental health questions by extending approaches developed for clinical medicine to handle the breadth of data… CONTINUE READING
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