Why systematic reviews matter A brief history, overview and practical guide for authors.
You can find more information about conducting a Systematic Review here: Cochrane Handbook for Systematic Reviews of Interventions
Please read the full guidelines here: Systematic reviews – Policy on KLS Support
Providing literature search support is an integral part of our service; however providing support in designing, constructing and developing a search strategy for systematic review is a lengthy process. With this in mind we have put in place the following guidelines in relation to systematic review support. The following outlines the Knowledge and Library Service’s policy for collaboration with staff on reviews, such as systematic reviews, narrative reviews, realist reviews and other types of reviews.
Preferred Reporting Items for Systematic Reviews and Meta-Analyses (PRISMA) Statement
How to properly use the PRISMA Statement:Rafael Sarkis-Onofre, Ferrán Catalá-López, Edoardo Aromataris & Craig Lockwood
Systematic Reviews volume 10, Article number: 117 (2021)
Before registering a new systematic review, check PROSPERO to see whether a similar review already exists.
"Prospective registration of systematic reviews promotes transparency, helps reduce potential for bias and serves to avoid unintended duplication of reviews. Registration offers advantages to many stakeholders in return for modest additional effort from the researchers registering their reviews."