Non-Intervention, Reproducible, and Open Systematic Reviews (NIRO-SR)

Definition: A comprehensive set of tools to facilitate the development, preregistration and dissemination of systematic literature reviews for non-intervention research. Part A represents detailed guidelines for creating and preregistering a systematic review protocol in the context of non-intervention research whilst preparing for transparency. Part B represents guidelines for writing up the completed systematic review, with a focus on enhancing reproducibility.

Related terms: Knowledge accumulation, <a href='/glossary/systematic-review/'>Systematic review</a>, Systematic Review Protocol

Reference: Topor et al. (2021)

Drafted and Reviewed by: Asma Assaneea, Tsvetomira Dumbalska, Thomas Rhys Evans, Tamara Kalandadze, Jade Pickering, Mirela Zaneva

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