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The nordic nutrition recommendations 2022 – handbook for qualified systematic reviews

The nordic nutrition recommendations 2022 – handbook for qualified systematic reviews


Title: The nordic nutrition recommendations 2022 – handbook for qualified systematic reviews
Author: Arnesen, Erik Kristoffer
Christensen, Jacob Juel
Andersen, Rikke
Eneroth, Hanna
Erkkola, Maijaliisa
Høyer, Anne
Lemming, Eva Warensjö
Meltzer, Helle Margrete
Halldórsson, Þórhallur Ingi
Þórsdóttir, Inga
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Date: 2020
Language: English
Scope: 15
University/Institute: Landspitali - The National University Hospital of Iceland
School: Health Sciences
Department: Faculty of Food Science and Nutrition
Other departments
Series: Food and Nutrition Research; 64()
ISSN: 1654-6628
DOI: https://doi.org/10.29219/fnr.v64.4404
Subject: Dietary reference values; Evidence-based nutrition; Food-based dietary guidelines; National food and health authorities; Nordic and Baltic countries; Nutrient recommendations; Systematic reviews; Mataræði; Næring; Handbækur; Food Science; Nutrition and Dietetics; Public Health, Environmental and Occupational Health
URI: https://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11815/3386

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Arnesen , E K , Christensen , J J , Andersen , R , Eneroth , H , Erkkola , M , Høyer , A , Lemming , E W , Meltzer , H M , Halldórsson , Þ I , Þórsdóttir , I , Schwab , U , Trolle , E & Blomhoff , R 2020 , ' The nordic nutrition recommendations 2022 – handbook for qualified systematic reviews ' , Food and Nutrition Research , vol. 64 , 4404 , pp. 1-15 . https://doi.org/10.29219/fnr.v64.4404

Abstract:

Background: Systematic reviews (SRs) constitute a major part of the Nordic Nutrition Recommendations (NNRs). The step-by-step procedure used to develop SRs has evolved considerably over time and is often tailored to fit the exposure and outcomes in focus. Objective: To describe a detailed procedure for developing qualified SRs commissioned by the NNR2022 project. Design: Scrutinizing procedures of recent SRs commissioned by leading national food and health authorities or international food and health organizations. Results: The following eight steps must be included when developing qualified SRs for the NNR2022 project: 1) define research question, 2) protocol development, 3) literature search, 4) screening and selection of studies, 5) data extraction, 6) assessing risk of bias, 7) synthesis and grading of total strength of evidence, and 8) reporting according to certain standards. Discussion: This guide is based on the guidelines developed for the fifth edition of NNR but includes some important new domains in order to adhere to more recent, authoritative standards. Conclusion: All qualified SRs in the NNR2022 project will follow the protocol described here.

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Publisher Copyright: © 2020 Erik Kristoffer Arnesen et al.

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