Generalizability of systematic reviews of the effectiveness of health care interventions to primary health care: Concepts, methods and future research
Background: There is a push to make clinical decision making more evidence based and patient oriented. However, current systematic reviews are limited by the lack of consideration of generalizability. Objective: To develop a guide for investigators (systematic reviewers) on how to adapt the methodology of a systematic review to facilitate the exploration of the results to primary care. Methods: We reviewed the method guidelines of five organizations and working groups. Then, we conducted a...[Show more]
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