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Systematic Reviews

Realist Reviews/Synthesis

Definition of Realist Reviews/Synthesis

A Realist Synthesis is the synthesis of a wide range of evidence that seeks to identify underlying causal
mechanisms and explore how they work under what conditions, answering the question "What works for
whom under what circumstances?" rather than "What works (systematic review type question)
 
Resources for Realist Reviews - Available in the library