A systematic review aims to capture the latest research evidence about a specific healthcare topic or intervention that helps you make informed conclusions and decisions based on reliable findings.

It also helps to minimize bias by using documented protocols, and identifies current, ongoing studies as well as knowledge gaps.

A systematic review involves searching multiple databases to ensure you capture all relevant studies to meet your medical research needs. However, this can be laborious as you navigate different interfaces and often spending more time filtering through studies that are not relevant.

However, having one destination where you can conduct all your online research means you can work more efficiently and effectively, enabling you to spend more time focused on your research.

Download our infographic about conducting systematic reviews
Download our handy infographic about how to conduct systematic review.

Ovid’s medical research solution

Regardless of the size and intensity of your research project, Ovid offers simultaneous searching across all Ovid databases and resources, delivering comprehensive results and eliminating possible confusion trying to compile results across multiple platforms – saving you time and money.

Ovid’s online medical research solution makes it easy to:

  • Undertake a systematic review of the 100+ million resources available across core and niche scientific, medical, and healthcare disciplines
  • Maximize your research and discover relevant eJournals and eBooks, bibliographic information, multimedia, and Open Access resources.

Webinar: Learn more about systematic reviews

Our on-demand webinar showcases how to use Ovid’s software to create a systematic review, and highlights the term finder and translating search syntax features.

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