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Jennifer Baguss

As a marketing specialist, Jennifer Baguss brings years of digital content writing and marketing experience to the EP team. Her background in journalism makes her a thoughtful and concise writer with a keen interest in taking complicated concepts and making them easily digestible for those who wish to learn. When she's not writing, you can catch her on two wheels, mountain biking, road biking, and even fat biking in the winter!

Recent Posts

Evidence Partners’ CTO, Ian Stefanison Explains the Benefits of Continuous AI Reprioritization in Systematic Reviews

By Jennifer Baguss

Systematic reviews are a time-consuming and resource-intensive process. Even when the review is “small,” it’s common to see these projects take several months to complete. However, today there has been a shift in the needs of the systematic review community. More evidence than ever before is...

Evidence Partners Awarded FedDev Ontario Funding to Accelerate Company’s Innovation and Growth Plans

By Jennifer Baguss

Ottawa, Canada, November 8, 2020 - Evidence Partners® Inc., provider of the world’s first AI-enabled literature review automation software, DistillerSR™, today announced it has received $900,000 in financing from the Government of Canada’s FedDev Ontario regional development agency. FedDev...

Evidence Partners Launches New Literature Review Automation, Data Integration and Project Dashboarding Capabilities for DistillerSR

By Jennifer Baguss

New Capabilities Build on DistillerSR’s Market Leading Artificial Intelligence and Workflow Automation for Reviews

Evidence Partners Selected for Lazaridis Institute’s ScaleUp Program

By Jennifer Baguss

Ottawa, Canada, October 14, 2020 – Evidence Partners Inc., provider of the world’s first AI-enabled  literature review automation software, DistillerSR, today announced that it has been selected by the Lazaridis Institute to be part of the sixth cohort of the Lazaridis ScaleUp Program. The...

3 Ways to Reduce Risk when Adopting AI for Literature Reviews

By Jennifer Baguss

Although artificial intelligence technology is advancing at an incredible pace, it’s still common for researchers to hesitate when it comes to implementing it into their systematic review processes. Why? 

Artificial Intelligence Solutions - One of These Things is Not Like the Other

By Jennifer Baguss

Artificial intelligence (AI) is a hot topic in the literature review world these days. For researchers working on systematic reviews, there are many tasks that are currently amenable to automation and AI. But it’s important to know, from a researcher perspective, that not all AI is created...

The Null, the Negative, and the Unpublished: Importance of Sharing All Research

By Jennifer Baguss

It’s common knowledge that “positive” results are often published more frequently and widely than “negative” or “null” results. There is strong evidence for such reporting biases, including both non-publication of full studies, leading to “publication bias” and selective reporting of positive...

Hot Tech: How Technology is Solving Today’s Biggest Systematic Review Challenges

By Jennifer Baguss

At Evidence Partners, we believe in the power of evidence-based research. As a software company, we believe in harnessing the power of technology to make the lives of researchers easier, allowing them to work more efficiently and effectively.

5 Reasons You Need to Attend DistillerSR Week 2020

By Jennifer Baguss

One of our goals for this year was to create a user conference for DistillerSR users to come together, learn from the community, and network. Of course, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, those plans had to change. Instead, we decided to take our user conference idea online and create our first ever...

8 Types of Systematic Reviews You Should Know

By Jennifer Baguss

In general, a systematic review describes the rigorous process of systematically collecting, synthesizing, and reporting data to answer a well-defined research question. One of the first times we saw something resembling a “systematic review” in history was in 1753 when James Lind reported on...