We have collected tools for assessing risk of bias in various types of studies as well as SBU's guidelines to assess ethical aspects of interventions. These are presented in a tree structure, where you easily can find the type of study you are interested in assessing.
A scoping review of publications from the Nordic countries.
An independent national agency, tasked by the government with assessing health care and social service interventions from a broad perspective, covering medical, economic, ethical and social aspects.
SBU conducts its projects using a systematic methodology, in line with international guidelines. Here you can find information on the different components of our methodology, together with additional links.
Maternity care, Core outcome set – treatment of provoked vestibulodynia, Gang related crime among children and young adults, and many more...
Articles published in scientific journals on the basis of SBU's projects and method, mainly open access.