Systematic Review X Narrative Review
Describing the distinct characteristics and goals of systematic and narrative reviews of the literature.Key Concepts addressed:
Scientific literature review articles are methodological studies which use database searches to retrieve results of research, and have as their mail goal the objective and theoretical discussion of a specific topic or theme.
Two main types of review articles are commonly found in the scientific literature: Systematic and narrative review of the literature. These two types of review articles have distinct characteristics and goals.