Q. Is my research topic appropriate for systematic review methods?


A systematic review is best used to test a specific hypothesis about a healthcare or public health intervention or exposure.  The PICO (Population, Intervention, Comparator/Comparison, Outcomes) process or framework can help frame and answer a clinical question.  More information can be found on the Evidence-Based Practice: PICO library guide. Keep in mind, a research question might be further refined after performing a preliminary literature search.

  • Last Updated May 12, 2023
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  • Answered By Claire Cornelius

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