In this article, the authors explain the thinking behind development of the ROSES reporting standards for systematic evidence syntheses, in response to comments on an earlier article introducing ROSES.
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Haddaway, N. R., Macura, B., Whaley, P. and Pullin, A. S. (2018). Response to “Every ROSE has its thorns”. Environmental Evidence, 7(1). https://doi.org/10.1186/s13750-018-0133-3
Senior Research Fellow and Team Lead
ROSES is a pro forma and flow diagram designed for systematic reviews and systematic maps in the field of conservation and environmental management.
12 April 2018 /
The Mistra Council for Evidence-Based Environmental Management (Mistra EviEM) improves the basis for decisions in environmental policy with systematic reviews.
2012 - 2018 /
Ecosystems and Public policy
This paper presents a workflow process to certify the comprehensiveness and repeatability of systematic reviews and maps, and maximise their objectivity.
15 October 2018
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