Jilan A Nazeam*
Lecturer of Natural Chemistry, Faculty of Pharmacy, October 6th University, Egypt
*Corresponding Author: Jilan A Nazeam, Lecturer of Natural Chemistry, Faculty of Pharmacy, October 6th University, Egypt.
Received: September 23, 2017; Published: December 18, 2017
Citation: Jilan A Nazeam. “Systemic Reviews: Why Scientific Society in Need”. Acta Scientific Pharmaceutical Sciences 1.6 (2018).
Recent decades have seen the replacement of authoritative reviews by fully systematic assessment of the literature. Enthusiasts of the authoritative/opinionated review would argue that this method allows the reviewer to negate poorly conducted research from both quantitative and qualitative consideration, but such a method inappropriately allows the biased, imprecise and ‘unreliable’ presentation of evidence. A systematic literature review (SR) attempts ‘to identify, appraise and synthesize all the empirical evidence that meets pre-specified eligibility criteria to answer a given research question’ (Cochrane definition, 2013). It characterized by being objective, systematic, transparent and replicable.
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