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systematic review

— A summary of studies addressing a clear question, using systematic and explicit methods to identify, select, and critically appraise relevant studies, and to collect and analyse data from them

Full explanation:

Systematic reviews of research evidence use scientifically defensible, explicit methods to reduce bias (systematic error) and, if appropriate and possible, meta-analysis to reduce the play of chance.

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