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Systematic reviews

Case studies: Aetiology of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder; MMR vaccine

Systematic reviews are often contained within other Bazian services.  Care pathways, commissioning briefs, HTAs and service designation guides can all require systematic reviews, so we're doing them all the time.

From time to time, however, a client requires a stand-alone systematic review.  This is something Bazian is very experienced at doing, having conducted rapid systematic reviews for:

  • NICE-IPAC
  • NHS R&D (Steer service)
  • British Medical Association
  • Royal College of Nursing
  • The Forsyth Institute

Bazian has internal systems and expertise that allow us to conduct gold-standard reviews rapidly and cost effectively.

 

"Bazian carried out a systematic review of evidence into the recognition and assessment of children’s pain as part of an update of a Royal College of Nursing clinical practice guideline.  Bazian demonstrated an excellent understanding of the project brief, producing a high-quality and insightful report based on their development of a robust methodological approach and subsequent comprehensive review of the literature." 
Chris Watts, Project Manager and Dr Jenny Gordon, Programme Manager, Evidence into Practice team, Royal College of Nursing