User Involvement in the Review Process

It is widely acknowledged that user involvement in the systematic review process is important, most notably to ensure that the review findings are credible and useful.

This policy paper proposes a spectrum of user involvement in the systematic review process, ranging from determining the scope of the review and the outcomes of relevance, to determining the need for a review and involvement throughout all stages of production and dissemination.
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