"Systematic reviews attempt to bring the same level of rigour to reviewing research evidence as should be used in producing that research evidence in the first place... [and] should be based on a peer-reviewed protocol so that they can be replicated if necessary.
High quality systematic reviews seek to:
Source: Hemingway, P. and Brereton, N. (2009) What is a systematic review?, What is...? series [online]. Accessed 11.05.20
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