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Systematic Reviews for Non-Health Sciences




This guide provides students and researchers outside of the health sciences with answers to the following questions:

  1. What is a systematic review?
  2. Is a systematic review right for me?
  3. How do I conduct a systematic review?
  4. Are there tools or other software that can help me with my review?

If you want to begin at square one, please check out our Literature Reviews guide as a great starting point. If you are a health sciences researcher, please refer to the Duke Medical Center Library guide.

Interested in conducting a systematic review and looking for librarian assistance? Please contact or for disciplines outside of sciences.