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Welcome to JBIReviewer's
Manual for Evidence Synthesis
JBI is an international, not-for-profit organisation operating more than 70 collaborating entities
evidence-based healthcare research organisation that works with 70+ Universities and Hospitals (known as the JBI Collaboration) around the world. Theorganization
organisation focuses on improving health outcomes globally byresearching
and disseminatingresources, tools
research evidence, software, training, resources and publications relating to evidence-based healthcare. Learn about the JBI approach to evidence-based healthcare.
We collaborate internationally with over 70 Universities and Hospitals Collaborating Entities across the world who subscribe to our definition of what constitutes evidence and our methodologies and methods in relation to evidence synthesis. JBI and its Collaborating Entities promote and support the synthesis, transfer and utilisation of evidence through identifying feasible, appropriate, meaningful and effective healthcare practices to assist in the improvement of healthcare outcomes globally.
Our major role is the translation of research evidence into practice. One of our strengths is in the conduct of systematic reviews that reflect a broad, inclusive approach to evidence and accommodate a range of diverse questions and study designs.
The JBI Reviewer's Manual for Evidence Synthesis is designed to provide authors with a comprehensive guide to conducting JBI systematic reviews. It describes in detail the process of planning, undertaking and writing up a systematic review using JBI methods. The JBI Reviewer's Manual for Evidence Synthesis should be used in conjunction with the support and tutorials offered at the JBI SUMARI Knowledge Base.
We highly value the contribution of reviewers to the international body of literature used to inform clinical decision-making at the point of care. It is important that this work continues and is distributed in a variety of formats to both those working in and using health systems across the world. We hope that this work will contribute to improved global health outcomes.
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