The following papers are important studies conducted in other disciplines using evidence-based practices that demonstrate both the benefits and also the limitations of the evidence-based paradigm.
Advantages of Systematic Reviews
- A comparison of results of meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials and recommendations of clinical experts
Antman E.M., Lau J, Kupelnick B, Mosteller F, Chalmers T.C.
- A systematic review of smoking prevention programmes for young people
Oakley A. and Fullerton, D.
- Author judgements about work they cite: Three studies from psychological journals
- Discrepancies in findings from effectiveness reviews
Oliver, S., Peersman, G., Harden, A., and Oakley, A.
- Effective care in pregnancy and childbirth
A.L. Cochrane, I. Chalmers, M. Enkin, MJNC Keirse
- Some examples of systematic reviews
Basic Systematic Review Problems
- Identifying studies for systematic reviews of diagnosis tests was difficult because of the poor sensitivity and precision of methodologic filters and the lack of information in the abstract
Doust, J.A. Pietrzak, Sander, S., Glasziou, P.P.