Rapid evidence assessment

rapid evidence review, rapid review

Rapid Evidence Assessment is a process that uses a combination of key informant interviews and targeted literature searches to produce a report in a few days or a few weeks.

This process is faster and less rigorous than a full systematic review but more rigorous than ad hoc searching.


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