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Write the review
The way a review article is written varies depending on the audience, discipline and type of review.
The Guidelines and procedures page provides links to guidelines for the writing of reviews, as well as books that can outline the process.
Tools for writing reviews & protocols
RevMan facilitates preparation of protocols and full reviews, including text, characteristics of studies, comparison tables, and study data. It can perform meta-analysis of the data entered, and present the results graphically.
Develop and publish well-structured electronic guidelines, evidence summaries and decision aids. This tool is used post review to facilitate drilling down and examine the primary studies used in the review. No install or setup required.
"GRADEpro GDT is an easy to use, all‐in‐one web solution to summarise and present information for healthcare decision making. It supports creating summary tables for systematic reviews and health technology assessments. It also provides a database of GRADE evidence tables and health care recommendations for adoption, adaptation and development of new guidelines." (website)
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