Principles and framework for assessing the risk of bias for studies included in comparative quantitative environmental systematic reviews

The internal validity of conclusions about effectiveness or impact in systematic reviews, and of decisions based on them, depends on risk of bias assessments being conducted appropriately. However, a random sample of 50 recently-published articles claiming to be quantitative environmental systematic...

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Main Authors: Bennett, M. (Author), Bilotta, G. (Author), Dorne, J.-L.C.M (Author), Eales, J. (Author), Frampton, G. (Author), James, K. (Author), Kohl, C. (Author), Land, M. (Author), Livoreil, B. (Author), Makowski, D. (Author), Muchiri, E. (Author), Petrokofsky, G. (Author), Randall, N. (Author), Schofield, K. (Author), Whaley, P. (Author)
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Published: BioMed Central Ltd 2022
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