Answered By: Kira Lovell
Last Updated: Feb 24, 2023     Views: 21

A literature review is a broad, informal search of the existing research on a topic that can be used to give your own analysis. It differs from a systematic review in that a systematic review answers a focused clinical question using a systematic search strategy, while a literature review provides a summary of a topic and can use more subjective methods. 

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