Answered By: Lisa Adriani Last Updated: Aug 06, 2014 Views: 11
A systematic review is a document often written by a panel that provides a comprehensive review of all relevant studies on a particular clinical or health-related topic. The systematic review is created after reviewing and combining all the information from both published and unpublished studies and then summarizing the findings.
One advantage of systematic reviews is that they are considered more reliable and accurate than individual studies. They are considered a highly evidence-based resource.
The Cochrane Library contains Cochrane Reviews which are considered a leading resource for systematic reviews in health care. You can access tutorials for searching systematic reviews in Cochrane here.