Systematic reviews: what are they and why should I care?

Activity: Talk typesOral presentation


Systematic Reviews are a type of research methodology that use evidence from the literature to establish the best intervention for a desired outcome. Unlike other research methodologies, however, Systematic Reviews follow an established research protocol, are team-based in approach, utilize pre-determined criteria aimed at being comprehensive in nature, and account for bias. In this session, researchers will understand the strengths of systematic reviews, how they are developed, and why they are important to the information landscape.
PeriodNov 2 2017
Event titleNational Association of Graduate Professional Students
Event typeConference
LocationSyracuse, United States, New YorkShow on map
Degree of RecognitionNational


  • systematic reviews
  • graduate students