Talk:PICO process

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little doubt,...[edit]

...hello everybody,...
...i was reviewing this article,... and when i go to the spanish version of the same,... shows me that article doesn't exists,...
...i would likes to asks if anyone here,... or there,... knows what happened to them,... and if could i has access to the last version of the same (in spanish),... before deleted,... if it was,...
...thanking you'll so, so much for the possible help,... and with my regards,... --Cpant23 (talk) 04:03, 8 January 2013 (UTC)

Page title and adding more research question frameworks[edit]

Hi, I wonder if 'PICO Framework' or 'PICO question' or even 'Question setting tools' is a more appropriate title for this page? I would like to add other question setting tools e.g. ECLIPSE, SPIDER, MIP, and links further information on these. Are they appropriate here? thanks for your help--JudyWrightUniLeeds (talk) 14:23, 16 May 2014 (UTC)

PICO = PICOS?[edit]

Zaorsky et al. report, "PICOS/PRISMA methods were used to identify published English-language comparative studies on PubMed (from 1980 to 2015)": Is PICOS what is discussed in this article? Why do they have an additional 'S'? Please clarify in this article, either explaining the 'S', or clearly differentiating PICO from PICOS. -- Newagelink (talk) 07:36, 12 December 2016 (UTC)