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<h2>Non-Interventional, Reproducible, and Open Evidence Synthesis (NIROES)</h2> <p>The NIROES collaboration aims to fill a gap in evidence synthesis. To date, much of the focus of systematic reviews has been on interventional research, particularly in clinical and health settings. We aim to provide comprehensive guidelines and tools to address this unmet need.</p> <p><strong>If there are any queries contact the lead authors Jade Pickering and Marta Topor (details are on our website https://niro-sr.netlify.app/)</strong></p> <h3>NIRO Systematic Reviews (NIRO-SR</h3> <p>NIRO-SR forms our first output. These guidelines consist of two parts: <em> <strong>Part A:</strong> Preparing the Protocol for Pre-Registration </em> <strong>Part B:</strong> Writing the Review</p> <p>The guidelines (available in .pdf and editable .doc) and accompanying pre-print can be found here: <a href="https://osf.io/c9wer/" rel="nofollow">https://osf.io/c9wer/</a></p> <h3>In development: the NIRO quality assessment/risk of bias tool</h3> <p>Coming soon</p>
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