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What is a Systematic Review?

A systematic review is a literature review that is designed to locate, appraise and synthesize the best available evidence relating to a specific research question to provide informative and evidence-based answers. This information can then be combined with professional judgment  to make decisions about how to deliver interventions or to make changes to policy (Dickson et al., 2014, p.3)

Dickson, R., Cherry, M.G., & Boland, A. (2014). Carrying out a systematic review as a Master's thesis. In A. Boland, M.G. Cherry & R. Dickson (Eds.), Doing a systematic review: A student's guide (pp.1-16). Sage.

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