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Funding: This work did not receive any specific grant from funding agencies in the public, commercial, or not-for-profit sectors.
Declaration of interest statement: EA, CS, CL, THB, LL, MS, AM, ZJ and ZM are paid employees of JBI at The University of Adelaide. MK, YJ and CE are directors of JBI Centers of Excellence. EA is the director of the synthesis science program for JBI. ZJ is the executive director of JBI. All authors are chairs and/or convenors of JBI methodology groups focused on synthesis. EA is the current chair of the JBI Scientific Committee. CL, MS, AM, ZJ, ARW, CE and ZM are members of the JBI Scientific Committee. EA and ZM are editors of the JBI Manual for Evidence Synthesis; all authors are contributing co-authors to chapters within the manual. EA is the editor in chief, CS a senior associate editor, and MK and CE associate editors of JBI Evidence Synthesis. EA, THB, MK, YJ, CE, ARW, and ZM deliver the JBI systematic review training program. ZM is currently responsible for the development of JBI SUMARI software and JBI systematic review training program. ZM is supported by an NHMRC investigator grant APP1195676.