The MBMC is looking for researchers and stakeholders who have published rapid reviews (RRs) or undertaken methodological research in RRs and knowledge synthesis.
Identifying priority questions regarding rapid reviews methodology: an eDelphi process
The Montreal Behavioural Medicine Centre is recruiting participants for this project
The MBMC is looking for researchers and stakeholders who have published RRs or undertaken methodological research in RRs and knowledge synthesis:
- with verifiable experience designing or delivering evidence summary research
- who have participated in at least one rapid review
- have at least 5 years research experience
- self-rate their evidence summary knowledge level at 7 or over (on a Likert-like scale of 0-no expertise to 10-expert)
- OR – are guideline and policy developers, end-users, journal editors, or other who have had previous experience with any aspect of evidence synthesis
If you consider yourself to be in one of these two groups, we would like you to participate in the study. Please see below for the full details on the participant characteristics sought for this study.