Intervention reviews: assess the benefits and harms of interventions used in healthcare and health policy.
Diagnostic test accuracy reviews: assess how well a diagnostic test performs in diagnosing and detecting a particular disease.
Methodology reviews: address issues relevant to how systematic reviews and clinical trials are conducted and reported.
Qualitative reviews: synthesize qualitative evidence to address questions on aspects of interventions other than effectiveness.
Prognosis reviews: address the probable course or future outcome(s) of people with a health problem.
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