Do they really expect a systematic review?
Creating your protocol
Developing your protocol
What sources should you search?
Developing the search strategy
Running and recording your search strategies
Managing your search results
What to do next with your search results
Writing and reporting your review
Sources of help
These pages are a brief introduction on how to conduct a systematic review. They should also be useful if you are simply wanting to conduct an advanced literature search for your undergraduate studies or postgraduate dissertation.
Take a look at the 10 tips we've compiled. Each tip looks at a different stage of the review process. Just click on the links, left.
For subject-specific information about search skills and techniques be sure to access the information within your Subject Guide, or for more general information take a look at Searching the literature.
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