Publications

White Paper for the European Commission “The need for an Evidence-Based Research approach in health science

Statement article on Evidence-Based Research

Towards evidence based research
Lund H, Brunnhuber K, Juhl C, Robinson K, Leenaars M, Dorch BF, Jamtvedt G, Nortvedt MW, Christensen R, Chalmers I. BMJ. 2016 Oct 21;355:i5440. doi: 10.1136/bmj.i5440

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Article and EBR Statement in Chinese: 引证研究:系统性综述前提下的研究

Article and EBR Statement in Spanish: Hacia la investigación basada en la evidencia

Article and EBR Statement in German: Auf dem Weg zur Evidenz-Basierten Forschung

Article and EBR Statement in Latin Croatian: Na putu prema istraživanjima koja se temelje na dokazima

Article and EBR Statement in Slovak: Na ceste k výskumu založenému na vedeckých dôkazoch

EBR Series in the Journal of Clinical Epidemiology

What evidence-based research is and why is it important?
K A Robinson, K Brunnhuber, D Ciliska, C B Juhl, R Christensen, H Lund on behalf of the Evidence-Based Research Network

Using an evidence-based research approach before a new study is conducted to ensure value
H Lund, C B Juhl, B Nørgaard, E Drabor, M Henriksen, J Andreasen, R Christensen, M Nasser, D Ciliska, M Clarke, P Tugwell, J Martin, C Blaine, K Brunnhuber, K A Robinson on behalf of the Evidence-Based Research Network

Using an evidence-based research approach to place your results into context after the study is performed to ensure usefulness of the conclusion
H Lund, C B Juhl, B Nørgaard, E Draborg, M Henriksen, J Andreasen, R Christensen, M Nasser, D Ciliska, P Tugwell, M Clarke, C Blaine, J Martin, J-W Ban, K Brunnhuber, K A Robinson on behalf of the Evidence-Based Research Network

EVBRES Working Group publications

What are the effects of teaching Evidence-Based Health Care (EBHC) at different levels of health professions education? An updated overview of systematic reviews

M M Bala, T Poklepovic Pericic, J Zajac, A Rohwer, J Klugarova, M Valimaki, T Lantta, L Pingani, M Klugar, M Clarke and T Young

Resource use during systematic review production varies widely: a scoping review

B Nussbaumer-Streit, M Ellen, I Klerings, R Sfetcu, N Riva, M Mahmić-Kaknjo, G Poulentzas, P Martinez, E Baladia, LE Ziganshina, ME Marqués, L Aguilar, AP Kassianos, G Frampton, AG Silva, L Affengruber, R Spjker, J Thomas, RC Berg, M Kontogiani, M Sousa, C Kontogiorgis,G Gartlehner on behalf of working group 3 in the EVBRES COST Action

Systematic reviews are rarely used to inform study design – a systematic review and meta-analysis

Birgitte Nørgaard, Eva Draborg, Jane Andreasen, Carsten Bogh Juhl, Jennifer Yost, Klara Brunnhuber, Karen A.Robinson and Hans Lund

A systematic review of meta-research studies finds substantial methodological heterogeneity in citation analyses to monitor evidence-based research

Birgitte Nørgaard, Matthias Briel, Stavri Chrysostomou, Danijela Ristic Medic, Sandra C. Buttigieg, Ele Kiisk, Livia Puljak, Tina Poklepovic Pericic, Wiktoria Lesniak, Joanna Zajac, Hans Lund and Dawid Pieper

Systematic reviews are rarely used to contextualise new results – a systematic review and meta-analysis of meta-research studies

Eva Draborg, Jane Andreasen, Birgitte Nørgaard, Carsten Bogh Juhl, Jennifer Yost, Klara Brunnhuber, Karen A.Robinson and Hans Lund