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What is a Systematic Review?

Systematic Reviews seek to find, critique and synthesise all of the available evidence for a focused question.

People often seek Systematic Reviews to assist them with decision-making, because the evidence for the specific question has already been both synthesised and evaluated.

For a comprehensive guide to understanding and creating Systematic Reviews check the library's Systematic and systematic-like review toolkit.