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Systematic Review

How the Library can help when you're conducting a systematic review

Systematic reviews in Science, Medicine and Health

Systematic literature reviews commonly want you to follow a review or reporting protocol, for example, PRISMA. A systematic review protocol describes the rationale, hypothesis, and planned methods of the review.

You'll also need a question framework to organise your search and you may be required to register your work in a database such as PROSPERO.


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