Improving the uptake of systematic reviews: a systematic review of intervention effectiveness and relevance.
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CitationImproving the uptake of systematic reviews: a systematic review of intervention effectiveness and relevance. 2014, 4 (10):e005834 BMJ Open
AbstractTargeted messaging, educational visits and summaries are recommended to enhance systematic review uptake. Identified promising approaches need to be developed further. New strategies are required to encompass neglected barriers and facilitators. This review addressed effectiveness and also appropriateness of knowledge uptake strategies.
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