Best Evidence Medical and Health Professional Education

Progress Reporting

The BAT will have 12 months to complete their review (with an interim report at 6 months). Depending on the complexity of the review, this timeline can be negotiated up front with the BEME office / BRC chair. If issues arise with the timeline during the review, the BAT should communicate with the BEME office, [email protected], as soon as possible

Progress reports will identify review teams that may need further training and/or support from their local BEME International Collaborating Centre or an alternative source.  They will also assist the BEME central support with the planning of peer review processes and editorial work and ensure the timely publication of accepted BEME review final reports.

The lead reviewer should send a brief progress report (one page of A4 is sufficient) on the review work to [email protected]. The report should include an estimated date of completion.