The Research Office at Charles Sturt provides academic literacy support for Higher Degree by Research (HDR) students in the form of writing programs, professional development sessions, individual consultations and the Research Writing Resources Interact2 site.
How you write a review article depends on the audience, your discipline and the type of review you are writing.
Check the guidelines and instructions to authors in the specific journals or organisations where you aim to submit your work. If you can’t find the information you are looking for, write to the journal or organisation for advice.
For suggestions on how to choose journals for publication (and ones to avoid), see the Library's Where to Publish guide.
Your systematic reviews may require updating if new research comes along which could impact the findings and recommendations of the review, or if a study included in your review is later retracted.
This article details the reasons and methods in a health setting: