Effectiveness Systematic Reviews
An effectiveness systematic review
- Identifies, evaluates and summarises evidence from all relevant primary research over health systems or policy issue.
- Provides summarised evidence is readily available and accessible to policymakers, healthcare professionals and civil society
- Provides precise effect and cost-effectiveness of interventions, policies or causes.
- Provides a comprehensive assessment of evidence and can justify the need for further research
Example of a question: Real time data capturing system and its impact on patient outcome indicators: a systematic review and meta-analysis
Product: An effectiveness review with meta-analysis / narrative synthesis from primary studies