Now what?

How can you display your assessment in your report of your systematic review?

At this point, you’ve looked closely at all of your studies and assessed their risk of bias. Now, what do you do with this information?

Your approach will depend on the question you’re trying to answer, the quality of the evidence you’ve found, and your own beliefs and instincts.

On the next page, we’ll talk about where in your systematic review report you should describe aspects of risk of bias.