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What is a Systematic Review?
"A systematic review summarises the results of available carefully designed healthcare studies (controlled trials) and provides a high level of evidence on the effectiveness of healthcare interventions. Judgments may be made about the evidence and inform recommendations for healthcare." Cochrane Consumer Network. LEARN MORE
Where Can I Find Systematic Reviews?
The Cochrane Library is a collection of high-quality, independent evidence to inform healthcare decision-making, including systematic reviews of studies to provide data for evidence-based care.*China: Limited Access.
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Full-text subset of PubMed. This database is the U.S. National Institutes of Health (NIH) free digital archive of journal literature, covering multiple topics in medicine, nursing, psychology, psychiatry, psycho-pharmacology and more. It contains over a half million full-text, peer-reviewed articles.
Examples of Systematic Reviews