Systematic review is a type of literature review . Unlike other forms of review, where authors can include any articles they consider appropriate, a systematic review aims to remove the reviewer's biases as far as possible by following a clearly defined, transparent process. There are a number of steps in the process, and each needs to be documented effectively to ensure the process can be replicated by others or repeated/updated in the future.
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