It is important to plan and conduct your systematic review in accordance with appropriate methodological guidelines. Not following authoritative process guidance is likely to result in a poor quality review.
The methodological guidelines and handbooks below will guide your systematic review:
Reporting of systematic reviews should be transparent, replicable and complete to allow others to assess the trustworthiness and validity of review findings and replicate or update reviews. Reporting standards facilitate transparent, complete and accurate reporting of systematic reviews.
PRISMA is an evidence-based minimum set of items for reporting in systematic reviews. For more information on PRISMA and how to use it, see the following:
Several extensions to PRISMA have been developed, including:
Other reporting guidelines/standards:
Murdoch Research Repository contains research produced by Murdoch students and academics, including theses and articles.
To view previous honours theses to see what a typical thesis looks like:
Wallace, Frankie (2021) Exploring the association between high anxiety, sleep difficulties and emotional regulation. Honours thesis, Murdoch University.