Video: Conducting a systematic literature review

Conducting a systematic literature review

Systematic literature review is necessary while performing secondary research. Systematic literature review searches, identifies, selects, appraises, and synthesizes research evidence relevant to the question using methodology that is explicit, reproducible, and leads to minimum bias. Systematic review assesses literature that answers a clearly formulated question. Watch this video to understand the distinction between literature review and systematic literature review and the various ways to conduct a successful systematic review.

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