Our Special Issue on systematic review methods for chemical risk assessment, which we have been guest editing, has been published.
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Special Issue: Table of Contents
“Systematic Review Methods for Advancing Chemical Risk Assessment”. Click here to see the Special Issue on the Environment International website.
Assuring high-quality evidence reviews for chemical risk assessment: Five lessons from guest editing the first environmental health journal special issue dedicated to systematic review. Paul Whaley, Crispin Halsall
Setting the Agenda
Implementing systematic review techniques in chemical risk assessment: Challenges, opportunities and recommendations. Paul Whaley, Crispin Halsall, Marlene Ågerstrand, Elisa Aiassa, Diane Benford, Gary Bilotta, David Coggon, Chris Collins, Ciara Dempsey, Raquel Duarte-Davidson, Rex FitzGerald, Malyka Galay-Burgos, David Gee, Sebastian Hoffmann, Juleen Lam, Toby Lasserson, Len Levy, Steven Lipworth, Sarah Mackenzie Ross, Olwenn Martin, Catherine Meads, et al.
Systematic reviews: Separating fact from fiction. Neal R. Haddaway, Gary S. Bilotta
Reflections on the process of using systematic review techniques to evaluate the literature regarding the neurotoxicity of low level exposure to organophosphate pesticides. Sarah Mackenzie Ross, Chris McManus, Virginia Harrison, Oliver Mason
Systematic review in chemical risk assessment — A chemical industry perspective. Camilla K. Pease, Robinan P. Gentry
Considering evidence: The approach taken by the Hazardous Substances Advisory Committee in the UK. Chris D. Collins, Michelle Baddeley, Gill Clare, Richard Murphy, Susan Owens, Sophie Rocks
Using GRADE to respond to health questions with different levels of urgency. Kristina A. Thayer, Holger J. Schünemann
Ambient air pollution epidemiology systematic review and meta-analysis: A review of reporting and methods practice. Mary C. Sheehan, Juleen Lam, Ana Navas-Acien, Howard H. Chang
Study sensitivity: Evaluating the ability to detect effects in systematic reviews of chemical exposures. Glinda S. Cooper, Ruth M. Lunn, Marlene Ågerstrand, Barbara S. Glenn, Andrew D. Kraft, April M. Luke, Jennifer M. Ratcliffe
Weight of evidence evaluation and systematic review in EU chemical risk assessment: Foundation is laid but guidance is needed. Marlene Ågerstrand, Anna Beronius
The relationship between study sponsorship, risks of bias, and research outcomes in atrazine exposure studies conducted in non-human animals: Systematic review and meta-analysis. L. Bero, A. Anglemyer, H. Vesterinen, D. Krauth
Guidance on assessing the methodological and reporting quality of toxicologically relevant studies: A scoping review. Gbeminiyi O. Samuel, Sebastian Hoffmann, Robert A. Wright, Manoj Mathew Lalu, Grace Patlewicz, Richard A. Becker, George L. DeGeorge, Dean Fergusson, Thomas Hartung, R. Jeffrey Lewis, Martin L. Stephens
Systematic reviews on neurodevelopmental and neurodegenerative disorders linked to pesticide exposure: Methodological features and impact on risk assessment. Antonio F. Hernández, Beatriz González-Alzaga, Inmaculada López-Flores, Marina Lacasaña
How credible are the study results? Evaluating and applying internal validity tools to literature-based assessments of environmental health hazards. Andrew A. Rooney, Glinda S. Cooper, Gloria D. Jahnke, Juleen Lam, Rebecca L. Morgan, Abee L. Boyles, Jennifer M. Ratcliffe, Andrew D. Kraft, Holger J. Schünemann, Pamela Schwingl, Teneille D. Walker, Kristina A. Thayer, Ruth M. Lunn
GRADE: Assessing the quality of evidence in environmental and occupational health. Rebecca L. Morgan, Kristina A. Thayer, Lisa Bero, Nigel Bruce, Yngve Falck-Ytter, Davina Ghersi, Gordon Guyatt, Carlijn Hooijmans, Miranda Langendam, Daniele Mandrioli, Reem A. Mustafa, Eva A. Rehfuess, Andrew A. Rooney, Beverley Shea, Ellen K. Silbergeld, Patrice Sutton, Mary S. Wolfe, Tracey J. Woodruff, Jos H. Verbeek, Alison C. Holloway, Nancy Santesso, et al.
Associations between human exposure to polybrominated diphenyl ether flame retardants via diet and indoor dust, and internal dose: A systematic review Lindsay Bramwell, Svetlana V. Glinianaia, Judith Rankin, Martin Rose, Alwyn Fernandes, Stuart Harrad, Tanja Pless-Mulolli
Systematic review of differential inorganic arsenic exposure in minority, low-income, and indigenous populations in the United States. Lauren Joca, Jason D. Sacks, Danielle Moore, Janice S. Lee, Reeder Sams II, John Cowden
Application of the Navigation Guide systematic review methodology to the evidence for developmental and reproductive toxicity of triclosan. Paula I. Johnson, Erica Koustas, Hanna M. Vesterinen, Patrice Sutton, Dylan S. Atchley, Allegra N. Kim, Marlissa Campbell, James M. Donald, Saunak Sen, Lisa Bero, Lauren Zeise, Tracey J. Woodruff
Calcium homeostasis and low-frequency magnetic and electric field exposure: A systematic review and meta-analysis of in vitro studies. Lieke A. Golbach, Lucas A. Portelli, Huub F.J. Savelkoul, Sofie R. Terwel, Niels Kuster, Rob B.M. de Vries, B.M.Lidy Verburg-van Kemenade