Before you can conduct a systematic review you will need to break it down, the following steps are suggested:
PRISMA is an evidence-based minimum set of items for reporting in systematic reviews and meta-analyses. PRISMA primarily focuses on the reporting of reviews evaluating the effects of interventions, but can also be used as a basis for reporting systematic reviews with objectives other than evaluating interventions (e.g. evaluating aetiology, prevalence, diagnosis or prognosis).
Formulating your review question
The purpose of a systematic review is to answer a clear. focused and answerable question.
The review question should be the first step in your systematic review. A well formulated review question will help determine your inclusion and exclusion criteria, the creation of your search strategy, the collection of data and the presentation of your findings. A sound question:
The question should always be:
It is important to formulate your research question clearly to avoid missing relevant studies or collecting a potentially biased result set.