Here we provide links to or pdf files of review protocols. If you would like to add your review protocol to this website, so that later you can indicate that the review protocol was created prior to conduct of the review, please contact us. The review should be written using all headings listed in PRISMA-P . When a particular heading is not relevant – include but leave blank. We do not provide peer-review but provide a timestamped PDF that you can later refer to.
The association between proximity to animal-feeding operations and community health: a protocol for updating a systematic review Published in Systematic Reviews
A protocol for an update of the systematic review of antibiotic treatment options for naturally occurring infectious bovine keratoconjunctivitis in cattle See supplementary materials in Animal Health Reseach Reviews Volume 17, Issue 1 (Systematic Reviews) June 2016, pp. 60-75
Effects of local anesthesia and/or systemic analgesia on pain caused by cautery disbudding in calves: A protocol for a systematic review. Winder, C.B., C.L. Miltenburg, J.M. Sargeant, A.M. Versluis, T.F. Duffield
The prevalence and mean concentration of Listeria monocytogenes in select ready-to-eat foods: soft cheeses, deli meats, and packaged salads: a protocol for a systematic review and meta-analysis. Katheryn J. Churchill, Jan M. Sargeant, Jeffrey M. Farber, Annette M. O’Connor, Ali M. Versluis
Protocol for a systematic review and network meta-analysis: Relative efficacy of antibiotics for the treatment of mastitis in dairy cattle. Charlotte Winder, David Kelton, Annette O’Connor, Ann Godkin, Jan Sargeant
Non-antibiotic, alternative approaches to the nursery phase of swine production: Protocol for a scoping review. Lee Wisener, Jan Sargeant, Terri O’Sullivan, Annette O’Connor. May 2018
Protocol for a scoping review of Influenza A viruses infecting swine or directly related to swine. Sheila Keay, Zvonimir Poljak, Annette O’Connor, Robert Friendship, Terri O Sullivan, Jan Sargeant. May, 2018.
A Protocol for a Scoping Review to Examine Studies Investigating Zoonotic Diseases in Canis familaris in North America Since the Beginning of the 21st Century. Danielle A. Julien, Jan M. Sargeant, Catherine Filejski, Ali M. Versluis, Sherilee L. Harper. May, 2018.