PRISMA provides lists of items to include in various types of systematic reviews. Many journals require including both the basic checklist and the flow diagram. Peer reviewers also use it to evaluate reviews. PRISMA revamped both the checklist and the flow diagram in March 2021. The new format is called PRISMA 2020.
PRISMA 2020 Expanded Checklist: the same list as above but with more details and explanation.
PRISMA Flow Diagram: tracks the flow of information through the different phases of a systematic review. It maps out the number of records identified, included/excluded, and the reasons for exclusions.
PRISMA-S: a list of items to include in the Methods section describing the literature searching
PRISMA-P: a list of items to include in your protocol
PRISMA-A: a list of items to include in your structured abstract
PRISMA Harms: for reviews including harm outcomes
PRISMA NMA: for network meta-analyses
PRISMA DTA: for diagnostic test accuracy
PRISMA Scoping: for scoping reviews
PRISMA Searching: for reporting your search strategies
EQUATOR Network: (Enhancing the QUAlity and Transparency Of health Research) allows you to choose the section of the systematic review you're writing and provides links to writing guides on it.
Not all systematic reviews are created equal. Here are some tools to help you assess the quality of systematic reviews. These are also the tools that peer-reviewers may be using to judge the quality of your systematic review before accepting it for publication.