Edited by: Dr. Holger Schünemann
A thematic series published in Systematic Reviews.
Systematic reviews are known for their rigorous methods to ensure that all of the best available evidence is included, a process which can take years to complete. However, it is becoming increasingly recognized that the timely production of systematic reviews is necessary in some settings, such as to inform healthcare decisions or policies.
This collection covers recent advancements in methods, including full rapid review research articles and methodologies, as well as particular developments to facilitate the timely production of systematic reviews.