Literature Review

A literature review aims to provide an overview of the previously published work on a specific topic, presenting a general image of the existing knowledge on the topic under question. A systematic review is often classified separately as it is a scholarly synthesis of the evidence on a clearly formulated question that uses systematic and explicit methods to reduce bias when identifying, selecting, and critically appraising relevant research. A systematic review extracts and interprets data from studies included in the review.

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We would like to thank you thoroughly and emphasize that we very much appreciated your review. Both we and the sponsor have repeatedly stressed during the meetings that your review has been a great value to the quality of our documents. Thank you for this collaboration!

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