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Systematic and Systematic-like Reviews

Write and publish your review

The Research Office at Charles Sturt provides Research Literacy support for staff and HDR students in the form of writing programs, professional development sessions, individual consultations, and the Research Writing Resources Interact2 site.

Other resources: 

You can also check the guidelines and instructions to authors in the specific journals or organisations where you aim to submit your work.

For suggestions on how to choose journals for publication (and ones to avoid), see the Library's Where to Publish guide.

Updating your review

Your systematic review might require updating if there is new research which could impact the findings and recommendations of the review, or if a study included in your review is later retracted.

The following article provides guidance on when to update a systematic review, and how to go about updating the review: 

  • Garner, P., Hopewell, S., Chandler, J., MacLehose, H., Schunemann, H., Akl, E., Beyene, J., et al. (2016). When and how to update systematic reviews: Consensus and checklist. BMJ, 354.

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