Is it Feasible?
Do have the necessary components?
source: Both, Su'on and Papaioannou 2016
BioMed Central Stakeholder Involvement in Systematic Reviews
The active involvement of stakeholders is beneficial to the quality of a systematic review. Alex Pollock (Glasgow Caledonian University) and colleagues carried out a scoping review that considered 291 articles reporting stakeholder involvement. For most of the papers the quality of the reporting was poor and inconsistent, with only 10% judged to provide a comprehensive description of methods for involving stakeholders. A subset of 30 papers that showcased best practice were used to develop online learning resources.