How Information Overload is Driving New Approaches for HEOR Systematic Literature Reviews

Wednesday, May 26th | 11:00am - 12:00pm EDT

In this panel webinar, industry experts will discuss their experiences with conducting systematic literature reviews, scoping reviews, landscape reviews, and gap analysis for HEOR in an ever-changing and exponentially-growing research space.

With more literature getting published each year, and stakeholders requiring faster access to high-quality evidence, there is a lot on the line. New technology and new approaches to traditional SLR methodology are just a few ways industry experts at IQVIA, Xcenda, and Medlior are adapting to meet the needs of their clients.


Panelists:

Richa Goyal
Principal
IQVIA
   
Chris Waters-Banker
Research Lead
Medilor
   
Maria Lorenzi
Associate Director of Evidence Synthesis
Xcenda
   
Moderator:  
Jennifer Tetzlaff
Epidemiologist in Residence
DistillerSR

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