This is the final step. Once you’ve drawn conclusions based on the evidence, you write a clear narrative of the steps you took and what you discovered.
If you’re reading a systematic review, you should know that different types of reports offer different levels of detail. For instance, journal articles are typically briefer than technical reports. A journal’s website, a company’s report, or a government agency’s technical documents may have supplementary table and figures you can use if you’re looking for more information.
For more details, check out our Report your Findings course.
For now, let’s look at how the Center for Evidence Synthesis in Health (CESH) has used systematic reviews to answer important clinical questions.