What is a "Systematic Review" study? To find out, go to Himmelfarb's Study Design 101 Tutorial. Then, search the following databases to find systematic reviews:
If you are unfamiliar with a topic, you may want to search a research citation database to view the scope of literature available on your topic.
If your topic is broad, try the following multi-discipline databases which will include scholarly research as well as articles from newspapers, wire feeds, trade publications, reports and conference papers and proceedings. (Tip: Click "Peer-Reviewed" to refine your search to only articles in scholarly publications.)
The following databases focus on exercise science topics:
Following are core databases covering the medical health science literature.
Depending on your topic, the following databases may help you to locate research on a specific topic area or to refine your search.