Quality Frameworks for Evidence Reviews (Defra)

Activity: Participating in or organising an eventParticipation in workshop, seminar, course

Alice Milner - Invited speaker

The objectives of the workshop session are to discuss a new quality framework approach for reviewing evidence for Defra and Defra's network organisations, including the use of evidence reviews.

An evidence review is an all-encompassing term for any methodology of reviewing evidence, including: Literature Reviews, Quick Scoping Reviews, Rapid Evidence Assessments, Systematic Reviews and gathering expert opinion. The objective of evidence reviews is to provide a report on the current knowledge of a topic. Evidence reviews are used to inform decision making. To provide a reliable evidence base for decision making, evidence reviews need to be unbiased, and use rigorous and transparent methods that enable the review to be easily updatable in light of new evidence. The most rigorous evidence reviews use systematic methods that can manage large amounts of data and can provide unbiased, transparent and credible outputs.
5 Mar 2015

Quality Frameworks for Evidence Reviews (Defra)

Duration5 Mar 2015 → …

Event: Other

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