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ROSES Flow Diagram for Systematic Reviews. Version 1.0

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posted on 2018-04-04, 06:14 authored by Neal HaddawayNeal Haddaway, Biljana Macura, Paul Whaley, Andrew Pullin
ROSES is a collaborative initiative with the aim of improving the standards of reporting in evidence syntheses in the field of environment. At the core of ROSES is a set of detailed state-of-the art forms for ensuring evidence syntheses report their methods to the highest possible standards. Here you can find information about how to use ROSES forms for review protocols and final reports, along with detailed guidance on how to use the forms and how they were developed and published.

ROSES forms will help review authors to ensure that all relevant methodological information is reported in their review, and will help editors and peer-reviewers to critique the reliability and validity of a review.