Evidence Synthesis & Knowledge Gaps
With the constantly growing number of scientific publications published and unpublished, tools such as systematic reviews can be useful for evidence generation.
Through systematic reviews, we can assist you in collating empirical evidence allowing to draw conclusions and make decisions based on these robust findings. A meta-analysis may help you obtain a consolidated and quantitative view of a large, and often complex, body of literature. In the pre-approval phase, indirect comparisons and network meta-analyses allow you to make valid inferences on comparative effectiveness.
We use best practices for meta-analysis, such as those of the Cochrane Community and the Meta-analysis Of Observational Studies in Epidemiology (MOOSE).