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Integrative review: what is it? How to do it?

Marcela Tavares de Souza, Michelly Dias da Silva, Rachel de Carvalho

DOI: 10.1590/s1679-45082010rw1134

ABSTRACTIntroduction: The integrative review is the methodology that provides synthesis of knowledge and applicability of results of significant studies to practice.Objective:To present the phases of an integrative review and the relevant aspects to be taken into account when using this methodological resource.Methods:This study was based on bibliographic search and on the experience of the authors when performing an integrative review.Results:Presentation of the six stages of the integrative review process: preparing the guiding question, searching or sampling the literature, data collection, […]