Q: How do I present findings from a systematic literature review?

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I have picked articles which are qualitative and quantitative. 3 are qualitative and 4 are quantitative. How do i present the results?

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Once you are sure about the articles and the number of articles you have picked, you can start writing your paper. A systematic review article follows the same structure as that of an original research article. It typically includes a title, abstract, introduction, methods, results, discussion, and references. You will find detailed information on this here: A young researcher's guide to writing a systematic review. You can also watch this video if wish: Video: Conducting systematic literature review 


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