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SRDR+ as a Tool to Teach Evidence Synthesis Principles and Methods by James Scott Parrott
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When I first began teaching the principles and methods of evidence synthesis (i.e., how to conduct a systematic review) over a decade ago, I cast around to find an online platform learners could use to extract information from an article for their systematic review. At the time, I was not particularly mindful of the andragogical utility of any of the tools I...

Enhancements to SRDR+, the Next-Level Replacement For SRDR by Bryant Smith
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SRDR+ is a free, open source, online, collaborative platform for extracting systematic review data, archiving the data after the review is complete, and sharing the data with others (including other systematic reviewers, clinical guideline developers, healthcare professionals, patients and health policy makers). Over the last couple of years, we’ve made several improvements...

SRDR+ Presents New Importing Capability for FHIR-formatted Citation Files for Systematic Reviews by Ian Saldanha
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Supported by AHRQ, the Systematic Review Data Repository Plus (SRDR+) is working towards eventually becoming the first FHIR-enabled platform for conducting and sharing the results of systematic reviews. As part of this work, handling citations of included studies in systematic reviews just got easier! Study-related citation information (author names...

The newly updated Systematic Review Data Repository Plus (SRDR+) by Ian Saldanha
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A lot of human capital and monetary resources are spent conducting systematic reviews. At the same time, there has been strong momentum towards promoting open science and data sharing. Technology can help us realize these ideals and improve the efficiency of the systematic review enterprise. A particularly inefficient systematic review step is...