A systematic review is a formal, organized method for compiling, evaluating and summarizing all of the published research evidence related to a specific medical or health topic. Results of a systematic review provide the best information for making decisions about treatment, practice or behavior.
- Measuring depression in persons with spinal cord injury: A systematic review,
- Systematic review of urological followup after spinal cord injury.
- Adverse events in cardiovascular-related training programs in people with spinal cord injury: A systematic review.
- Serum lipid concentrations among persons with spinal cord injury – A systematic review and meta-analysis of the literature.
- Prevention of pressure ulcers among people with spinal cord njury: A systematic review.