How to Conduct a Systematic Review
A systematic review is an attractive and fast way to produce science. Despite the vast number of the systematic review (SR) on databases, the applicability and certainty of the evidence are not trustful. Mainly because of the inadequate methodology. A systematic review has very rigid and sometimes exhausting rules to follow. If you do not respect these steps, your SR will show more bias than scientific evidence. Because of these facts, the PSRC educational committee wants to share with you some thoughts and most importantly, tips to stimulate critical thinking.