If you have an important question to answer, you might be tempted to start gathering evidence as soon as possible.
However, this may lead to mistakes. Taking the time to carefully think through your topic, scan the evidence that’s available, and gather a team of the right people to help you before you conduct a comprehensive search will minimize errors, and save the time and money it takes to correct mistakes.
A small bit of investment in the beginning of your systematic review will pay dividends throughout the entire process.
This course will walk you through a few best practices for taking a thoughtful approach as you prepare your systematic review.
Let’s start at the beginning: understand your motivation.