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Evidence Based Practice: Systematic Reviews

This guide focuses on Evidence-Based Nursing practice. It covers using the PICO formula to create research questions and search strategies as well as how to identify and locate information resources at every level, from background information to systemati

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?

Examples of Systematic Reviews