A systematic review (SR) 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 bias as far as possible by following a clearly defined, transparent process. Follow the steps on this guide to create your systematic review. The Cochrane video below gives a clear summary, but you should find examples and methodologies for your specific discipline as there are various approaches to systematic reviews that differ from those in Medicine.
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