Example - Systematic Review and Meta-analysis (Approved by Cambridge University)
A systematic review is a summary of all of the literature on a particular topic, that meets pre-defined eligibility criteria. In this way, systematic reviews are able to summarise the existing clinical research on a topic.
This is a gold standard example of a systematic review with meta-analysis approved by Cambridge University. It can be used as reference/guidance for producing high distinction level systematics reviews in an MPH or used as blueprint for undertaking a professional systematic review in public health/epidemiology.