The Aerospace Medicine Systematic Review Group conducts and publishes stakeholder driven systematic reviews across the aerospace medicine disciplines, commissioned by, or in consultation with stakeholders.  The group ensures that reviews are conducted to a high standard and that results impact operational guideline updates, or clinical decision making, to benefit global aerospace operations.  Methods developed during the systematic review process are published for use by others, and to aid primary aerospace medicine research (e.g. by defining gold standard primary research methods in aerospace medicine).  Gaps in the evidence base found during review are highlighted by the group to guide future research directions for aerospace and terrestrial medicine.  Fields of endeavour include incident response in civil aviation and human health and performance in military aviators or those entering extreme environments such as space. Suggestions for systematic review topics, or initial consultations for support to undertake a review with the group should be sent to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.