AbstractA stage considered essential to the implementation of the practice informed by evidence is called the synthesis of evidence. However, its design and implementation is still far from researchers, educational institutions and research professionals, etc. In order to facilitate the understanding of readers on the subject, concatenating concepts and practice, are detailed below as the spring and summer OBJN editorials. One of the most accepted ways to develop the synthesis of science is the systematic review of the literature (SLR). The explicit, systematic and reproducible methods used in the SLR aim to minimize different types of bias, including critical evaluation of the quality of the studies that meet the inclusion criteria of the review in question. When the evidence produced generates recommendations for practice and policy, the inclusion of low-quality evidence at high risk of bias is problematic.
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