SRDR and PICO(D)

Here’s a peek at the layout for SRDR:

You’ll notice that the predetermined tabs don’t exactly line up with PICO (D). Here’s a quick explanation of where everything goes:

Population: Include data about your population in the “baseline details” tab.

Intervention and Comparator: The “arms” tab and “arms details” tab cover data about your intervention (one arm) and your comparator (another arm). If a study compares more than two treatment approaches, you’ll include a new arm for each additional intervention.

Outcomes: You define your outcomes in the “outcomes” tab and enter data about your outcomes into the “outcomes details” tab.

(D)esign: The “design” tab is near the front of the extraction form, because researchers often write about the design of their research in the first few portions of a study.