What is a systematic review?
Systematic review is a unique research method that systematically searches for, congregates, critically evaluates, analyzes, and synthesizes existing research evidence on a well-defined research question. By analyzing all existing research evidence, this method attempts to answer questions that lack conclusive answers. A systematic review could also be used to capture existing knowledge in a defined research area.
What does this guide offer?
This guide provides basic information, resources, and tools to get researchers started on a systematic review project. The resources selected in this guide are intended to lead you to further helpful information created by many organizations that devote to evidence-based research.
How can your UH librarians help?
Provide guidance and information to help you:
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Who to contact:
If you have questions or need support in conducting systematic reviews or evidence-based research, please contact the following librarians:
Here are librarians who provide support to researchers conducting systematic reviews: