1 • What are systematic reviews?

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Quick points:

• A systematic review (‘SLR’) is a methodical summary of past research

• The primary aim of an SLR is to try to answer a specific question or need

• SLRs are a convenient source of high-level evidence

• The names of study types vary, so readers should check the methods used


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