A Systematic review (SR) is a review of evidence-based studies and aims to support clinical researchers find out the best available evidence to a specific research (clinical) problem.
SR requires an exhaustive and systematic search of literature to ensure that all relevant evidence is included. A very important step for a systematic search is to select the databases you want to search within, and to formulate the right research question.
A well-formulated question will guide many aspects of the review process, including determining eligibility criteria, searching for studies, collecting data from included studies, and presenting findings.
In this webinar, we discuss about the various steps involved in a SR.