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ROSES forms

Below you will find ROSES forms for systematic reviews and maps for protocols and final reports. You will also find the ROSES template for a flow diagram showing how a systematic review or map has been conducted.

Systematic maps aim to summarise and describe the existing evidence on a topic, whilst systematic reviews aim to pool together findings of individual studies to examine an overall affect.

Protocols aim to set out the planned methods for a systematic review or map, and are written before a review begins. This allows reviewers to receive feedback on their methods (e.g. via the CEE journal Environmental Evidence).

All of the files below have DOIs (digital object identifiers) to make it easy to find and cite them. See each file for details.

To use these forms, please save a copy locally on your computer.

ROSES for
Systematic review
protocols

ROSES for
Systematic review
reports

ROSES for
Systematic map
protocols

ROSES for
Systematic map
reports

ROSES Flow Diagram

Use this template to document the fate of all articles/studies considered within your review or map, from searching to synthesis.