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Workshop: Systematic Reviews: Path to Publishing
writing guide for systematic reviews workshop group
Covidence is an online systematic review program developed by, and for, systematic reviewers. It can import citations from reference managers like EndNote, facilitate the screening of abstracts and full-text, populate risk of bias tables, assist with data extraction, and export to all common formats. A free trial is available on the Covidence website. Works in conjunction with Cochrane.
Abstrackr is a free, open-source, web-based application for facilitating citation screening for systematic reviews. The program comprises two components; a web-based annotation tool that allows participants in a review to collaboratively screen citations for relevance, and machine learning technologies that semi-automate this process.
The System for the Unified Management, Assessment and Review of Information (SUMARI) is JBI's software for the systematic review of literature. It is designed to assist researchers to conduct systematic reviews and facilitates the entire review process. SUMARI supports 10 review types. It is especially useful for new review types and qualitative reviews. A free trial is available to users.
RevMan 5 is the software used for preparing and maintaining Cochrane Reviews. RevMan facilitates preparation of protocols and full reviews, including text, characteristics of studies, comparison tables, and study data. It can perform meta-analysis of the data entered, and present the results graphically. RevMan Web is the next generation of Cochrane's software for preparing and maintaining systematic reviews. This web-based version of RevMan works across all platforms, is installation-free, and automatically updated.
Upload your references from any reference management software, create screening and data extraction forms, lay out workflow and assign reviewers, monitor study progress and review process, export results (incl PRISMA flowchart automation). Free for students.
The Systematic Review Toolbox is a web-based catalogue of tools that support various tasks within the systematic review and wider evidence synthesis process. The toolbox aims to help researchers and reviewers find the following: software tools, quality assessment / critical appraisal checklists, reporting standards, guidelines