How best can a definition of ‘rapid reviews’ be agreed?
“How do you define rapid? Is it related to the time taken to undertake the review – and in which case when does a rapid review become ‘not rapid’ or is it about using a slimmed down set of methods? If a review is undertaken quickly but without compromising methods, is it still ‘rapid’?”
“What is the definition of a rapid review? Does the term need to reflect a compromise in methodological rigour or is it only about the speed of conduct?”
“It would help to define what one means by a rapid review, as it can mean different things to different people”
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