Efficient synthesis and dissemination
The BMJ Rapid Recommendations project, represents an innovation to achieve more efficient evidence synthesis and dissemination in the evidence ecosystem. The project was created to overcome organisational hurdles for rapidly responding to new evidence that holds the potential to change practice.
This resulted in an innovative approach reducing what used to take up to two years down to a ninety day target for new health technologies.
You can see all of our BMJ RapidRecs publications (practice guidelines, infographics, decision aids, linked systematic reviews) on the BMJ website.
A collaborative network of clinicians, patients, researchers and methodologists have demonstrated how new potentially practice-changing evidence can be synthesized into globally published systematic reviews, trustworthy guidelines, evidence summaries and decision aids with a 90 day target, also for new health technologies.
Together we created infographics with links to evidence summaries, recommendations, and consultation decision aids.