What is a Systematic Review?

A systematic review is a rigorous process that allows researchers to identify and synthesise studies on a specific topic.

What is a Systematic Review?

What is a Systematic Review?

A systematic review is a rigorous process that allows researchers to identify and synthesise studies on a specific topic.


A systematic review is a rigorous process that allows researchers to identify and synthesise studies on a specific topic. By following a stringent process a systematic review can help draw conclusions about a body of high quality research. Systematic reviews can be useful to assist in decision making for policy and practice.

Dr Seaneen Sloan discusses systematic reviews and how they are conducted

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Dr Seaneen Sloan discusses systematic reviews and how they are conducted