According to the, a systematic review is "a scholarly method in which all empirical evidence that meets pre-specified eligibility requirements is gathered to address a particular research question."
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An Academic presentation by
Dr. Nancy Agnes, Head, Technical Operations, Pubrica
Need of systemic review and meta-
Phases to planning a systematic review
According to the, a systematic review is "a scholarly method in which all
empirical evidence that meets pre-specified eligibility
gathered to address a particular research question."
It entails systematically identifying, selecting, synthesising, and evaluating
primary research studies to produce a high-quality summary of a subject
while addressing a pre-specified research question.
A meta-analysis is a step forward from a systematic review in that it employs
mathematical and statistical methods to summarise the results of studies
included in the systematic review
In some aspects, s ystematic reviews vary from
conventional narrative reviews.
Narrative reviews are mostly descriptive, do not
require a systematic search of the literature, and
concentrate on a subset of studies in a field
selected based on availability or author preference.
As a result, although narrative
As the name implies, systematic reviews usually include a thorough and comprehensive
plan and search strategy derived a priori to minimise bias by finding, evaluating, and
synthesising all related studies on a given subject.
A meta-analysis aspect is often used in systematic reviews, which entails using
statistical techniques to synthesise data from several studies into a single quantitative
estimation or summary effect size.
is a well-known and well-respected multinational non-profit organisation that
promotes, funds, and disseminates systematic reviews and meta-analyses on the
effectiveness of healthcare interventions
NEED OF SYSTEMIC
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