A protocol describes the rationale, hypothesis, and planned methods of the systematic review. It is created before data collection or analysis begins. Detailed protocols should be made publicly available and registered (maintained as a permanent record) in a registry. (See below for a list of registries by subject)
Note: A protocol is required to be elligible for Tier Two of the Systematic Review Service at Princeton.
Evidence Synthesis Protocol Template (General)
NIRO-SR (Non-Intervention, Reproducible, and Open Systematic Reviews)
A general repository for all protocols and registrations regardless of discipline or research area.
Education & Social Sciences
Health & Medical Sciences