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The importance of registering systematic reviews

 A thematic series published in Systematic Reviews.

  1. Content type: Commentary

    Clinical practice and public health guidelines are important tools for translating research findings into practice with the aim of assisting health practitioners as well as patients and consumers in health beh...

    Authors: Philip Van der Wees, Amir Qaseem, Minna Kaila, Guenter Ollenschlaeger and Richard Rosenfeld

    Citation: Systematic Reviews 2012 1:3

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  2. Content type: Commentary

    Developing and registering protocols may seem like an added burden to systematic review investigators. This paper discusses benefits of protocol registration and debunks common misperceptions on the barriers o...

    Authors: Stephanie M Chang and Jean Slutsky

    Citation: Systematic Reviews 2012 1:4

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  3. Content type: Methodology

    Following publication of the PRISMA statement, the UK Centre for Reviews and Dissemination (CRD) at the University of York in England began to develop an international prospective register of systematic review...

    Authors: Alison Booth, Mike Clarke, Gordon Dooley, Davina Ghersi, David Moher, Mark Petticrew and Lesley Stewart

    Citation: Systematic Reviews 2012 1:2

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  4. Content type: Editorial

    Prospective registration of systematic reviews promotes transparency, helps reduce potential for bias and serves to avoid unintended duplication of reviews. Registration offers advantages to many stakeholders ...

    Authors: Lesley Stewart, David Moher and Paul Shekelle

    Citation: Systematic Reviews 2012 1:7

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