Sometimes the results of studies included in a systematic review are statistically pooled in a meta-analysis. There are numerous types of systematic reviews (rapid, narrative, etc.) and meta-analyses (including network meta-analyses, and indirect treatment comparisons).


Our experience

We have conducted over 700 systematic reviews and meta-analyses of therapeutic, screening and diagnostic interventions. These have covered a wide range of clinical topics using different types of systematic reviews and meta-analysis methods, and many have been published in top journals.

We are considered to be leaders in this area, having contributed to methodological innovations such as QUADAS/QUADAS-2, ROBIS and PROBAST.

Identifying and synthesising the best available evidence