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Implementation of Systematic Reviews in EFSA Scientific Outputs Workflow

Investigators
O'Connor, Annette
Institutions
Iowa State University
Start date
2011
End date
2012
Objective
This is a workshop contact with EFSA designed to teach experts at the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) about how to conduct and interpret systematic reviews.
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Non-Technical Summary:
Systematic reviews are a transparent method of synthesizing research, because food safety policy decisions can affect the public, incorporation of the systematic review methodology is of interest to the funding agency.

Approach:
3 2-day workshops will be conducted in Parma, Italy to teach EFSA experts about the systematic review process. The project also includes a final report that will describe how EFSA can incorporate the Systematic review methodology into decision making about food-safety in Europe

Funding Source
Nat'l. Inst. of Food and Agriculture
Project source
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Project number
IOWV-OCONN-113500
Accession number
227132
Categories
Bacterial Pathogens
Natural Toxins
Policy and Planning