Past, Present, and Future: Automation in Systematic Review Software

By Peter O'Blenis

Imagine 25 years ago. You are working on a systematic review. You are making hard copies of reports and studies, manually highlighting the relevant information, filing included studies in a cabinet and moving the excluded studies elsewhere. Your eyes are strained, you’ve been working on this for...

Dual Screening in Your Systematic Review Process: Is it Worth the Time?

By Jennifer Baguss

For this blog, we spoke with EP Research Product Specialist, Jennifer Tetzlaff about the challenges and benefits of independent dual screening in a systematic review.

Dual independent screening in your systematic review process is undoubtedly considered a best practice. But for some research...

5 Holiday Gift Ideas for Researchers

By Jennifer Baguss

What sneaks up faster than the May 2020 EU MDR deadline? The holidays, of course! If you’re stumped on what to get the researcher or academic in your life, or if you are a researcher whose family and friends keep asking for your wish list, you’re in luck! We polled our office to find the best...

Why the Risk Management Process Needs Systematic Reviews

By Jennifer Baguss

Many industries that undertake policy and guideline creation perform some type of risk assessment. It could be identifying and quantifying specific risks relating to a company and its stakeholders, or a broader mandate to assess risk and harm in the general population. Regardless of its purpose,...

Systematic Literature Review Essentials For Regulatory Pros

By Jennifer Baguss

In today’s fast changing regulatory landscape, it’s easy to get overwhelmed. Regulatory bodies are placing manufacturer data and submissions under the proverbial microscope to make sure nothing is amiss. Adopting a rigorous and transparent systematic literature review process is one way that...

5 Things I Learned at MedTech Summit US

By Walter Capitani

Walter Capitani is Evidence Partner’s VP of Marketing and Business Services. This year, he attended MedTech Summit US in Chicago for three-day deep dive into the medical device industry’s top challenges. In this post, he's sharing the top five things he learned at MedTech Summit US:

Evidence Partners Recognized at 2019 Best Ottawa Business Awards

By Susan Sykes

Ottawa, November 26, 2019 - Evidence Partners Inc., the leading provider of SaaS tools to help researchers generate critical evidence more efficiently, was the recipient of the 2019 Best Ottawa Business (BOBs) award for Best Performance - Export.

What’s New In DistillerSR: Makeover Time!

By Jennifer Baguss

Over the weekend, we launched one of our most ambitious and exciting DistillerSR releases yet. You’ve probably noticed that the look and feel of DistillerSR has changed, and in this post, we're going to give you a run-down of all the updates we’ve made to DistillerSR:

Not Just Black and White: Using Grey Literature in Your Research

By Jennifer Baguss

A comprehensive systematic review takes literature and data from a broad spectrum of sources and uses it to answer a clearly-defined, specific question. But one source is making waves in research these days: grey literature. What is it? How do you use it? What are the benefits and challenges of...

How to Save Time and Money with Your Full-Text Reference Procurement

By Jennifer Baguss

If you ask any research team what their biggest challenge is, chances are it will be the amount of time required to complete their work. When conducting a systematic review, full-text reference procurement can be particularly time-consuming. It can also be an extremely costly endeavour!