Launching Cochrane Indonesia, Yogyakarta 2018
A systematic review is a scientific paper undertaken by studying and synthesizing all high-quality research evidence relevant to the criteria of a particular question. Systematic reviews derived from randomized clinical trials are central to Evidence Based Medicine.
Researchers who conduct a systematic review with or without using meta-analysis, aim to minimize bias, so as to produce reliable scientific findings and can be used in clinical decision-making.
Understanding of systematic reviews and how to apply them in practice necessary for all personnel engaged in health services.