Making the protocol for your systematic review available to the community has a number of benefits; it provides evidence that prespecified analyses were indeed prespecified; allows others to comment on your approach; provides examples for others planning such reviews; and can help you identify if other reviews in similar areas are already in progress.

If you would like to register your protocol, please fill up the contact form page and choose "publish protocols" as your subject. Please include the corresponding author's name, affilliation and contacting email as well as a link to your protocol in pdf format. Also, can you tell us whether you plan to use SyRF for your project. SyRF is flexible for individual projects and can be used to:

  • Screen large reference sets between multiple researchers
  • Extract, store and analyse your data
  • Design annotation and data extraction fields
  • Assign multiple researchers to different roles within a project

Systematic Review Library

The systematic review library is a respository for existing preclinical systematic reviews published in peer-reviewed journals. These were identified using Pubmed, Embase, Web of Science, and Evidence-based Preclinical Medicine databases. The list can be searched for a specific drug, intervention, animal or disease. A logo denotes the review was supported by SyRF and NC3Rs.