Covidence streamlines evidence synthesis with a gold standard process for creating high-quality systematic reviews.
An average 35% reduction in time spent per review, saving an average of 71 hours per review.
Easy to learn and use, with 24/7 support from product experts who are also seasoned reviewers!
Enable the whole review team to collaborate from anywhere.
Suitable for reviewers in a variety of sectors including health, education, social science and many others.
I love you @Covidence. I love the YouTube series Covidence put out and my librarian is my hero. Let others help you and be careful when you set Inclusion and exclusion as to when you want to adhere to it at what stage as some information may be more visible in full text review.— Syreeta Nolan (@nolan_syreeta) August 20, 2020
Second using covidence. It's great for the abstract and full text review. Also helps you track rationale for removal which is needed in the methods— Stephanie Craig, PhD (@DrStephCraig) August 20, 2020
Covidence works seamlessly with your favourite reference managers like EndNote, Zotero, Refworks, Mendeley or any tool that support RIS, CSV or PubMedXML formats.
Breeze through screening with keyword highlighting & a lightning quick interface. Covidence keeps full records of who voted and also supports single or dual screeners.
Transfer PDFs stored in your reference manager to Covidence in a few clicks.
Decide quickly on studies in full text. Capture reasons for exclusion and any notes so you can resolve any disagreements quickly, with a click of a button.
Save time and reduce reworks with the flexibility to create custom templates to suit your needs, extract your data however you need it, and keep everyone on the same page during the process.
Automatically populate your risk of bias tables by highlighting and commenting on text directly in your PDF. No more cut and paste.
Whether you’re an academic institution, a hospital or society, Covidence is working for organizations like yours right now.
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