Systematic Reviews

Systematic review is the first step in answering any research/policy/practice question. The only way to find the answer is to find and check all the relevant answers and literature systematically, neither randomly, nor selectively! There are 48 types of literature review with some ‘systematic’ components. The type you choose depends on your needs, time, and resources.

We are committed to help you to answer your questions properly.

If you have any questions/projects related to systematic reviews or other types of reviews, please feel free to ask us through the email or the contact form.

See the last lecture on Computer Programs for Semi-Automation of Evidence Synthesis

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