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Systematic Reviews in the Health Sciences

A guide to systematic and other types of reviews in the health sciences. Also describes the types of support available to systematic review teams through the Health Sciences Library

Definition

A systematic review is a comprehensive structured approach to knowledge synthesis in which transparent and rigorous procedures are applied to identify, select, critically appraise, and synthesize evidence on the effectiveness of a specific intervention, such as a medical procedure, program or diagnostic test.

Resources for Systematic Reviews

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