Defining a Research Question in an Evidence-Based Systematic Review: a Narrative ReviewIbrahim Ethem Yaylali1*, Huseyin Tort2
- Corresponding Author:
- Ibrahim Ethem Yaylali
Military Hospital, Department of Dentistry, 1st floor, 32010, Isparta, Turkey
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Received: 17/12/2015 Accepted: 01/02/2016 Published: 08/02/2016
Systematic review is a review of literature that is designed to locate, appraise, and synthesize the best available evidence related to a specific research question. Research question is the unique way to find and obtain the best evidences. It requires to ask right and unbiased questions. Moreover, asking a well-designed research question is a milestone of explicit findings.