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What is a systematic review?
Basically, a systematic review is a protocol-driven, comprehensive literature review, and usually designed to answer a specific clinical question. High quality systematic reviews seek to:
Also, based on Cook's article (1997), "a properly conducted systematic review faithfully summarizes the evidence from all relevant studies on the topic of interest, and it does so concisely and transparently."
If you are interested in doing a systematic review, check out the Library's systematic review services for faculty and consider signing up for the So You Want To Do A Systematic Review Workshop.