I gave a session on rapid reviews at ScHARR yesterday. It was in two parts: Highlighting the problems with systematic reviews and possible benefits of rapid reviews Discussing rapid review methods, including the Trip Rapid Review (TRR) system It was (from my perspective at least) interesting, with lots of discussion including significant challenge to my proposals – which I relish. There were lots of points made … Continue reading Trip Rapid Review system; democratising?
In thinking about the Trip Rapid Review System (TRRS) I see it being a multi-step process supported, where possible, with technology to automate the process as much as possible. The steps are as follows: Question setting/clarification, including the extraction of search terms. Search and document selection, including various techniques to unearth articles that may have been missed. Data extraction to produce an evidence table. Narrative … Continue reading Trip Rapid Review System – structure
Things move slowly and I’ve discussed – in 2017 – the notion of a Trip Rapid Review system. In February 2017 I posted Community Rapid Review v3 and I also ran a workshop at Evidence Live 2017 to further inform my thinking. Things got in the way – principally our automated review/map system – and now that the phase 1 of that is finished we’ve moved … Continue reading Trip Rapid Review System