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Peter O'Blenis

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Peter O’Blenis is a co-founder of Evidence Partners and has assembled a collection of best practices and methodologies for using web-based software to streamline clinical research. He believes that well written web-enabled software can solve real-world problems and has presented globally on the topic.

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

Imagine 25 years ago. You are working on a systematic review. You are making hard copies of...

AI and Systematic Reviews: What's Real and What's Not >

Picture it: you’re embarking on a new systematic review. The research question is timely and...

What You Need to Know About the New EU Medical Device Regulations >

* This post has been updated on April 30, 2020 to reflect the extension of the EU MDR deadline...

Comparing Systematic Review Tools: Beware the Feature Matrix >

Whether you’re choosing your next car or replacing your worn out sneakers, it's generally a good...

5 Best Practices for Optimizing Your Systematic Reviews >

Systematic reviews are viewed as the gold standard for evidence-based research. Used in a wide...

No Second Screener? There's A Robot For That >

Dual screening  is a best practice for conducting systematic reviews, but there’s often not...

How To Train Your Robot: Best Practices For Automated Screening >

DistillerAI made its global debut on Feb 11, 2018 in the latest release of the DistillerSR...

Rise Of The Robots: 3 Ways To Leverage Artificial Intelligence In Systematic Reviews Today >

The buzz about artificial intelligence (AI) just keeps getting louder. For the evidence-based...

3 Reasons To Use DistillerSR Systematic Review Software For Data Extraction >

Many groups choose to do the data extraction phase of their systematic review in Distiller...

Vote Or Classify: Which Is Faster For Title And Abstract Screening? >

Two vital tenets of the systematic review process are transparency and reproducibility.  I have...

Putting A Stop To Systematic Review Déjà Vu >

Systematic reviewers are prone to experiencing “déjà vu”, that indescribable gut feeling that...

One Simple Way To Speed Up Your Screening Process >

Have you heard the one about the systematic review group with too much time on their hands?...

Three New Year’s Resolutions for Systematic Reviewers >

At this time of the year many of us reflect on the past twelve months and make plans for how we...

Excluded, but not Forgotten: 3 Tags for Tracking Excluded References in Your Systematic Reviews >

How many times have you stumbled upon an interesting article or website while going about your...

Two Simple Tips for Better Data Extraction Questions >

As you likely know, collecting data during a systematic review and working with that data after...

Data Extraction: Weighing Your Options >

Efficiency and rigour are often competing priorities in the systematic review process, and...

Title and Abstract Screening: Opportunity Missed? >

Once you have completed your initial reference search, the first step in a systematic review is...

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