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Reviews: From Systematic to Narrative: Reporting Results

General Information

After you have gone through the grueling process of researching an idea for a review, doing all the research, data analysis (if needed), and doing your best to eliminate all bias, now what?  Now you report your conclusions.  As mentioned elsewhere in the guide, the PRISMA guideline are helpful for meta-analysis and even an integrative review of results.  Many journals, like BJCP, have their own standards in addition to generally accepted ones.

In this section, writing and publishing suggestions are presented.  These are only suggestions.  You will need to adhere to the standards of the journal where you intend to publish your results.  You are almost home, so don't give up now.  As always, contact the Reference Department at Lister Hill Library if you have any questions or need a word of encouragement.

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