PROSPERO is an international prospective register of systematic reviews with health-related outcomes. PROSPERO was established to reduce unplanned duplication of reviews and provide transparency in the review process, with the aim of minimizing reporting bias.
PROSPERO accepts registration of systematic review protocols assessing interventions, diagnostic accuracy, prognostic factors, prevention, public health, service delivery as well as epidemiological and methodological reviews relevant to health and social care.
PROSPERO does not accept registrations for scoping reviews, literature reviews or those without an outcome of clear relevance to the health of humans. From 2019, submission must be made before data extraction has commenced. For further information on inclusion, please visit: https://www.crd.york.ac.uk/prospero/#aboutregpage.
To register your review with PROSPERO please visit: https://www.crd.york.ac.uk/prospero/.
Evidence Synthesis Academy
The Evidence Synthesis Academy is a set of free, online, open-access courses on evidence synthesis that are designed to be accessible by broad audiences. The courses have been developed by a group of evidence synthesis, health communication, and online training professionals at the Brown University Center for Evidence Synthesis in Health.
To access the Evidence Synthesis Academy, please visit: https://evsynthacademy.org.
Cochrane (also known as the Cochrane Collaboration) is an international network of volunteers who conduct systematic reviews and meta-analyses. Also available through Cochrane are various resources related to the various steps of conducting evidence syntheses.