Of course, these standards are slightly different for the stakeholders and experts you consult. By their very nature, these people have a personal interest in the results of your review. To counteract these unavoidable conflicts of interest, be sure to solicit a broad range of perspectives.
If some potential members of your team can’t participate in the review because they have a passionate point of view or a stake in your outcomes, you can involve them as stakeholders instead. Their feedback will give you a broader sense of the competing interests connected to your topic.
The Institute of Medicine’s Standards for Conducting a Systematic Review also has more information about this topic if you’re looking for more guidance.
Do you feel good about your team? Great. Now you can work together to build your analytic framework