Stakeholder engagement in systematic reviews and maps
Stakeholder engagement is an integral part of all systematic reviews to some degree. However, there has been little discussion of this important process in systematic review guidance to date, particularly in the field of environmental management and conservation. This series of commentary articles discusses various aspects of engaging with stakeholders: describing the ranges of methods available, outlining experiences from various systematic review experts, and discussing issues relating to conflict, the benefits of training, engaging directly with decision-makers, and communicating review results.
Edited by Neal Haddaway and Sally Crowe