How to write a systematic review.

@article{Wright2007HowTW,
  title={How to write a systematic review.},
  author={Rick W. Wright and R. Brand and Warren Reid Dunn and Kurt Paul Spindler},
  journal={Clinical orthopaedics and related research},
  year={2007},
  volume={455},
  pages={23-9}
}
Evidence-based medicine (EBM) is the combination of the best available research evidence with clinical experience and patient needs. The concept of EBM as a part of clinical decision making has become increasingly popular over the last decade. In the hierarchy of studies meta-analysis and systematic reviews occupy the highest levels. A systematic review of a clinical question can be performed by following a relatively standard form. These techniques as described here can be performed without… CONTINUE READING

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