It is important that you formulate your research question that will be the basis of your systematic review. Use the PICO framework: Population, Intervention, Comparison, Outcome - which will help your librarian group search terms into thematic categories.
1. Reviews the literature to determine if other systematic reviews exist on your topic
2. Assist with narrowing and refining the question
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