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Covidence is a web-based platform that streamlines the process of conducting a comprehensive literature review.
This includes systematic reviews, scoping reviews, meta-syntheses, meta-narratives, and other types of literature reviews.
Covidence improves the efficiency and experience of creating systematic reviews by bundling citation screening, full-text review, risk of bias assessment, extraction of study characteristics and outcomes, and the exportation of data and references together on one platform.
Although Covidence is a particularly useful tool within the health sciences, its structure is not exclusive. It is multi-disciplinary and can be used within any academic discipline adopting an evidence-based practice.
Key features of Covidence are:
See how Covidence can help you streamline your review, whether you're doing a scoping review, literature review or systematic review. Manage your workflow easily and all in one place, from abstract screening through to full-text screening and extraction. Suitable for all levels of experience and sectors, including health, education, social science and many others.
Covidence is a non-profit organization, run by and for the research community.
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