Taylor, Mahtani, K. R., & Aronson, J. K. (2021). Summarising good practice guidelines for data extraction for systematic reviews and meta-analysis. BMJ Evidence-Based Medicine, 26(3), 88–90. https://www.proquest.com/docview/2530301094/fulltextPDF/35287FCB1BB544C4PQ/1?accountid=14541
Systematic Review Toolbox an online catalogue of tools that support various tasks within the systematic review and wider evidence synthesis process
SRDR+ Free tool from AHRQ for data extraction, management and archival during systematic reviews
PICO Portal Free individual user license; assists with identifying relevant citations, de-duplication, screening, full-text review, and evidence mapping
Template for intervention description and replication (TIDieR) checklist and guide provides data extraction and study characterlistics examples
Rayyan is a free systematic review web app
COLANDR is an open access, machine-learning assisted tool for conducting evidence synthesis.
DistillerSR (free with student program)Includes AI feature to help rank screening. Predict screening time with time averages.
Covidence The primary screening and data extraction tool for Cochrane authors, free trial
Abstrackr is a free online tool that helps you upload and organize the results of a literature search for a systematic review. It also makes it possible for your team to screen, organize, and manipulate all of your abstracts in one place.
Discussing the findings in Hewitt-Taylor, J. (2017). The essential guide to doing a health and social care literature review . Routledge.
Using Excel to Find Systematic Review Patterns https://youtu.be/2QfiM0Xer9Q
Guidance on the Conduct of Narrative Synthesis in Systematic Reviews A Product from the ESRC Methods Programme
Cochrane Handbook Chapter 9: Summarizing study characteristics and preparing for synthesis