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Systematic Review

Systematic Reviews are an increasingly important publication type for making informed health policy and patient care decisions. They are labor intensive, but synthesize and summarize existing information.

Now what do I do with all that data?

Data extraction is the process of finding the information you have specified in your protocol in each of the final set of articles you have selected. As far as software goes, all of the same choices apply as in article selection.