Why is it important?
Literature reviews aim to capture, understand, and quality-assess different types of data available in the literature, such as data on efficacy, effectiveness, safety, humanistic burden, economic burden, treatment guidelines, epidemiology, and quality of life.
Network meta-analyses allow for the assessment of the relative efficacy and safety of treatments which have not been compared in head-to-head clinical trials, based on published data.
Targeted literature reviews are quick and provide focused solutions to fill evidence gaps or to develop a deeper understanding of a situation or issue at hand.
Systematic literature reviews and network meta-analyses are a part of our core competencies. Our team includes experts with extensive, in-depth experience in conducting literature reviews and data syntheses. We have conducted more than 100 systematic literature reviews within the last 5 years.