Systematic reviews use explicit and rigorous methods to identify, critically appraise, and synthesize relevant studies. These systematic reviews correctly done are cornerstone of Evidence Based Medicine assessments. Systematic reviews differ from other types of review in that they adhere to a strict scientific design in order to make them more comprehensive, to minimize the chance of bias, and so ensure their reliability.
A2DAHT offers quantitative (meta-analysis) and qualitative systematic reviews.
A2DAHT Systematic reviews are explicit and reproducible. The transparency of our methods allows researcher addressing the same question identify the same set of studies and arrive at the same overall "bottom-line". A2DAHT Systematic reviews are, by their very nature, efficient. As an information management tool they provide a way of coping with large volumes of data in a concise and manageable form.