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tools for rapid reviews

These methods and tools are to be applied in a systematic and step by step manner in relation to public health practice issues and questions.

When to Use a Rapid Review Process

There are four key times when your team would need to conduct a full rapid review of the literature:

  1. When you are adding a program What should we do?
  2. When you are discontinuing a program What should we stop doing?
  3. When you are refocusing/changing a program What should we do differently?
  4. When you are reviewing new guidelines/protocols Has it been developed in an evidence-informed way?

Rapid Review Process Map

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Date Created: December 14th, 2010
Date Modified: December 14th, 2010

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