Methods not described to enable replication

This problem is addressed in PRISMA 2009, PRISMA 2020 and MECIR. The methods of a systematic review should be reported in enough detail to allow someone else to replicate the entire review.

Articles that support this problem:

Tai Chi and Parkinson's disease (PD): A systematic overview of the scientific quality of the past systematic reviews

2019 : Complementary therapies in medicine

Systematic reviews of surgical procedures in children: quantity, coverage and quality

2013 : Journal of paediatrics and child health

An analysis of quality of systematic reviews on pharmacist health interventions

2012 : International journal of clinical pharmacy

Quality of Systematic Reviews of the Foods with Function Claims in Japan: Comparative Before- and After-Evaluation of Verification Reports by the Consumer Affairs Agency

2019 : Nutrients

Reproducible research practices are underused in systematic reviews of biomedical interventions

2018 : Journal of clinical epidemiology

Completeness of reporting of systematic reviews of diagnostic test accuracy based on the PRISMA-DTA reporting guideline

2019 : Clinical chemistry

Reporting quality of search methods in systematic reviews of HIV behavioral interventions (2000–2010): are the searches clearly explained, systematic and reproducible?

2014 : Research synthesis methods

Reproducibility of search strategies is poor in systematic reviews published in high-impact pediatrics, cardiology and surgery journals: a cross-sectional study

2016 : Plos one

Search strategies in systematic reviews in periodontology and implant dentistry

2013 : Journal of clinical periodontology

The search and selection for primary studies in systematic reviews published in dental journals indexed in MEDLINE was not fully reproducible

2018 : Journal of clinical epidemiology

Compliance of systematic reviews in veterinary journals with Preferred Reporting Items for Systematic Reviews and Meta-Analysis (PRISMA) literature search reporting guidelines

2017 : Journal of the medical library association: jmla

Mounting evidence that librarians are essential for comprehensive literature searches for meta-analyses and Cochrane reports

2004 : Journal of the medical library association

Some improvements are apparent in identifying adverse effects in systematic reviews from 1994 to 2011

2013 : Journal of clinical epidemiology

Poor reporting and inadequate searches were apparent in systematic reviews of adverse effects

2008 : Journal of clinical epidemiology

Systematic Reviews: Are They Actually Well Conducted and Reported in Accordance with PRISMA?

2020 : Bulletin of emergency & trauma

The reporting quality of systematic reviews and meta-analyses in vascular surgery needs improvement: a systematic review

2014 : International journal of surgery

How objective are systematic reviews? Differences between reviews on complementary medicine

2003 : Journal of the royal society of medicine

Comparison of search strategies in systematic reviews of adverse effects to other systematic reviews

2014 : Health information & libraries journal

The collaboration and reporting quality of social welfare systematic reviews in the Campbell Collaboration online library

2019 : Health & quality of life outcomes

Epidemiology and Reporting Characteristics of Systematic Reviews of Biomedical Research: A Cross-Sectional Study

2016 : Plos medicine

Methodological quality, completeness of reporting and use of systematic reviews as evidence in clinical practice guidelines for paediatric overweight and obesity

2017 : Clinical obesity

Systematic review literature searches must be comprehensive and reproducible if their conclusions are to drive the research agenda and clinical practice changes

2022 : Acta paediatrica, international journal of paediatrics

Reporting of methods to prepare, pilot and perform data extraction in systematic reviews: analysis of a sample of 152 Cochrane and non-Cochrane reviews

2021 : Bmc medical research methodology

Methodological issues in designing and reporting of systematic reviews in assessing association between vitamin D supplementation and COVID-19 severity

2023 : Qjm

Synthesis methods other than meta-analysis were commonly used but seldom specified: survey of systematic reviews

2023 : Journal of clinical epidemiology

If exercise is medicine, why don't we know the dose? An overview of systematic reviews assessing reporting quality of exercise interventions in health and disease

2022 : British journal of sports medicine

Restrictions and their reporting in systematic reviews of effectiveness: an observational study

2022 : Bmc medical research methodology

Comment on "A systematic review of trials investigating the efficacy of exercise training for functional capacity and quality of life in chronic kidney disease patients"

2022 : International urology and nephrology

The Campbell Collaboration's systematic review of school-based anti-bullying interventions does not meet mandatory methodological standards

2022 : Systematic reviews

Comment on "Ticks infected with Crimean-Congo hemorrhagic fever virus (CCHFV): A decision approach systematic review and meta-analysis regarding their role as vectors"

2023 : Travel medicine and infectious disease

A review found heterogeneous approaches and insufficient reporting in overviews on adverse events

2022 : Journal of clinical epidemiology

A commentary on "Robot-assisted kidney transplantation as a minimally invasive approach for kidney transplant recipients: A systematic review and meta-analyses" [Int. J. Surg. 99 (2022) 106264]

2022 : International journal of surgery

Letter to the Editor concerning "the influence of cognitive behavioral therapy on lumbar spine surgery outcomes: a systematic review and meta-analysis" by Parish JM, et al. (Eur Spine J [2021]; 30(5):1365-1379)

2022 : European spine journal

Changing patterns in reporting and sharing of review data in systematic reviews with meta-analysis of the effects of interventions: cross sectional meta-research study

2022 : Bmj