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Systematic Reviews

This guide describes all steps involved in the conduct of a systematic review

Introduction to systematic reviews


A systematic review should give the best possible answer to a research question by summarizing and weighing all available evidence!

Thereby, Systematic Reviews:

  • Identify the need for additional research
  • Prevent unnecessary research from being carried out
  • Form the basis of (practice) guidelines and (health care) policies