Answered By: Emily Adams Last Updated: Aug 10, 2016 Views: 346
The main difference between a systematic review and an integrative review is the types of studies that are included in the review.
Systematic reviews include only quantitative, experimental studies, and many times only randomized controlled trials.
Integrative reviews include both quantitative and qualitative studies, or, in other words, both experimental and non-experimental studies.
- What is a systematic review?
- How do I find a systematic review article related to health, medicine, or nursing?
- How do I find an integrative review article?
- Evidence-based practice research guide
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