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Throughout the last few years, Systematic Reviews have become a popular form of research within the health sciences.
At the Health Science Library, we regularly receive questions about the process of systematic reviews. The pages within this section of the research guide have been adapted from a previous workshop our librarians have offered.
By reading and working through the following pages, you will be able to:
Define what a systematic review is
Provide an overview of the six steps in the systematic review methodology
Initiate a systematic review using the resources provided