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How can I find out if someone is already doing the same systematic review I want to do?

There are few things more frustrating than putting a large amount of time and effort into a systematic review, only to find that someone else has published a review on the same topic.

A librarian can help you complete a thorough search of databases and registries to ensure that you are not duplicating the work of others. You can also search the PROSPERO registry, the Open Science Framework, and other resources for registered protocols on your topic.

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