Evidence maps and evidence visualizations are systematic evidence synthesis products that visually display evidence gaps or study characteristics, and sometimes summarize study quality or synthesized evidence from multiple studies. The interactive visuals provide an overview of the state of the evidence and inform research priorities.
For the best interactive experience, we recommend viewing these evidence maps and evidence visualizations on desktop-sized devices in a Chrome, Safari, or Firefox browser.
2021 Research Spotlights
Explore the evidence for social needs interventions that assess impacts on behavioral, health, and health care utilization outcomes.
Compare the benefits and harms of drugs and devices for migraine prevention and explore the evidence base for these interventions.
Other PCORI Evidence Maps and Visualizations
Access comparative effectiveness studies on prostate cancer treatments and explore side-by-side comparisons for five treatment outcomes.
Explore the evidence for the effect of different types of pelvic floor muscle training (PFMT) on reducing urinary incontinence.
Compare the benefits and harms of interventions for multiple sclerosis fatigue and view results of head-to-head comparisons of frequently used interventions.
Explore systematic reviews and PCORI studies of mHealth for the self-management of chronic disease and view results of the mHealth systematic reviews.
Posted: March 6, 2019; Updated: March 1, 2021