If you are interested in conducting a systematic review for your research question or topic, here are some helpful resources to get you started.
A useful article to identify guidelines and checklists for systematic reviews.
Lockwood, C., and Oh, E. G. (2017) Systematic reviews: Guidelines, tools and checklists for authors. Nursing & Health Sciences, 19: 273–277. doi: 10.1111/nhs.12353.
The InterTASC Information Specialists' Sub-Group (ISSG) supports the provision of technology assessments to the UK National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE). The ISSG's Search Filter Resource is a collection of methodological search filters designed to retrieve studies by type or focus . The ISSG SFR aims to provide easy access to published and unpublished search filters designed to find studies with specific methods. It is updated monthly by the editorial team.
PRISMA is a useful resource to provide some standard guidelines, checklists and a useful flowchart for creating systematic reviews and meta-analyses.