The scholars, the researchers, the professionals and the students usually struggle finding the relevant literature for their academic work, review, systematic review, or grant application. Even when they run the searches they might not be sure if they are missing a relevant important result or not. Missing the relevant literature might lead to a duplicate or an incomplete work.

We provide a wide range of Systematic Review Consultancy Services to guide you through the steps of conducting a systematic (scientific) review. We also provide training sessions for individuals, groups, and organisations.

A systematic review typically have the following steps:

A. Writing a protocol/proposal

B. Systematic search and de-duplicating

C. Screening or selection of studies and creating studies

D. Data extraction (data abstraction) or data charting

E. Data synthesis or data analysis or summarisation

F. Writing the final report or paper

G. Periodical updates

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