DIY: Write a Question Take a moment to answer these questions. Your responses will guide your decisions as you walk through each step of your systematic review. We do not save your responses but we'll email them to you so you can refer to them later. Now it’s your turn to pick a question type and write a first draft of your systematic review question. If the example questions in the last page seem overly technical, don’t worry. You’ll learn how to construct an appropriate research question in our next course on how to develop your research question. For now, just write a question that captures the specifics of your research interest. Name Email My question is about:InterventionEtiologyDiagnosisPrognosis/PredictionOther My question is Time is Up!