When the researchers are doing a research, they might produce different reports from their report. For example they might register their proposal or protocol in a register, they also might publish their proposal/protocol in a journal, they might present their results in three conferences as an abstract, the slides, or a poster, and they might publish the three papers in different journals.

Although they have done one study, they have produced 8 reports of the same study.

While doing the systematic review, we put all the reports of the same study under one study name and we cite the Study rather than a single report to present the whole body of the work. This process sometimes called ‘Studification’.

This means we do not delete the other reports just because they are a protocol or a conference abstract but we keep them all under one study name for example Jackson 20171-8.

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