Updating of systematic reviews is generally more efficient than starting all over again when new evidence emerges, but to date there has been no clear guidance on how to do this. This guidance helps authors of systematic reviews, commissioners, and editors decide when to update a systematic review, and then how to go about updating the review.
|Publication status||Published - 20 Jul 2016|
- Norwich Medical School - Honorary Senior Lecturer
- Norwich Institute for Healthy Aging - Member
- Health Economics - Member
- Public Health and Health Services Research - Member
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