Sundhedsprofessionelle studier 2019-11-28T00:26:46+01:00 Peter Errboe Jensen Open Journal Systems Systematisk litteraturstudie, SLS 2019-11-28T00:26:45+01:00 Annette Fløe Møller <p>&nbsp;</p> <p>Today, large amounts of scientific knowledge are available nationally and internationally. This knowledge can form the basis for an assignment in the professional bachelor programs. There is a growing need for methodological knowledge of how to review scientific literature. Therefore, it is relevant for you as a bachelor student to be able to master review methods. There are various methods for making literature-based studies but some are extremely complex. The purpose of this text is to describe step-by-step the Systematic Literature Studies, also called an SLS. The method has a content, which makes the method relevant to you as a bachelor student. All the methods for literature-based tasks have some common features. Method authors describe in detail how literature is sought and assessed, but it is difficult to see how the literature is analyzed and how the findings can be presented, the latter is therefore in focus in this article. In the article, it is discussed and decided what is to be included as empirical data in the SLS, and inductive and deductive approaches to research will be presented. The article refers continuously to method literature where you can read more about what has inspired the development of the SLSmethod</p> 2019-11-28T00:00:00+01:00 Copyright (c) 2019 Sundhedsprofessionelle studier