Common Themes in Systematic Reviews

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Speaking talking to a room full of CHWs.
Common themes in systematic reviews include:

  • Results are promising but more study needed
  • Very few studies include costs
  • Key points often unspecified (e.g., specific CHW intervention, selection, training)
  • Wide range of activities and health issues means lack of common metrics, difficulty in generalizing, comparing, or replicating