How To Do A Systematic Literature Review In Nursing: A Step-By-Step Guide: A Step-By-Step Guide
A step-by-step guide to doing a literature review in nursing, or related healthcare professions, that takes you through every step of the process from start to finish.
1 What is a systematic review?
2 Asking an answerable and focused review question
3 Writing the plan and background to your review
4 Specifying your objectives and inclusion and exclusion criteria
5 Conducting a comprehensive and systematic literature search
6 Working with your primary papers
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