Answered By: Kate Krause Last Updated: Aug 03, 2022 Views: 79
Systematic reviews gather ALL the relevant studies that have already been conducted on a specific clinical question.
They evaluate the studies, select the best ones, and synthesize their findings.
If they have found enough good quality studies, systematic reviews give clinical recommendations.
Systematic reviews follow a structured research process that requires rigorous methods to ensure that the results are reliable. This is why they're considered to be one of the highest forms of evidence-based medicine.