5. Systematic reviews

Systematic reviews are prevalent in medicine and other science disciplines meaning that this section may not be relevant for all students.

Whilst many of the principles of carrying out a systematic review are similar to undertaking a literature review, the difference is that your literature review must be truly systematic - the clue is in the name!

The introduction to developing your search techniques will be useful for you, but the Prezi below will give you some tips on how you need to expand your search techniques in order to produce a successful systematic review.

The T&LS Team can assist if you have queries about systematic reviews:  Contact the T&LS Team