NCCMT fact sheet: Anatomy of a Systematic Review

Introducing a new NCCMT fact sheet: Anatomy of a Systematic Review

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A Tool to Help with Critical Appraisal

How do you know if a systematic review has been done well? First you need to know the parts that make up a systematic review; then you need to know where to focus your attention to assess the quality.

Learn what to look for and where to find it in a systematic review.

This tool describes the anatomy of a systematic review so you can quickly and easily find the information you need to complete the critical appraisal process.

Anatomy of a Systematic Review is available now on the NCCMT website. Download or bookmark this handy reference now!

For more information about Systematic Reviews, see these videos in the Understanding Research Evidence series:

For information on Critical Appraisal, check out these free online modules in the Learning Centre: