(i) Explain the findings of the review with reference to the results presented and original questions posed;

(i)            Explain the findings of the review with reference to the results presented and original questions posed;

(ii)          discuss and critically evaluate the findings in light of quality of evidence available;

(iii)         explain unexpected findings and results that do not support the commonly held beliefs;

(iv)         critically evaluate the review method adopted (this may be a separate  limitations chapter);

(v)          provide some estimate as to the value of the review evidence and potential impact it may have on practice.

 

Important: Do not introduce new references in this section unless your data and results are not as expected and you need to draw on new literature to explain them


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