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A Practical Guide to a Powerful Literature Review

Literature reviews are indispensable to researchers and communicators in healthcare. Conducted at the beginning of the evidence-generation process or as standalone activities, they help address outstanding questions, highlight gaps in the evidence base, and identify opportunities for further research. A range of review types are possible which vary in their comprehensiveness and utility. Regardless of the purpose, they are key elements that ensure the quality of a literature review. This paper explores five key areas for effective literature review conduct.

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Who is this white paper for?

With robust literature review having the power to inform the nature and scope of subsequent research for strategic evidence generation in healthcare, this white paper will be particularly useful for pharmaceutical teams having to generate evidence to help health markets make fairer decisions, such as Market Affairs and Market Access teams.

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