The first step in the systematic review process is to create a focused, well-defined research question. The question needs to be structured using a framework such as PICO which stands for Patient, Intervention, Comparison, and Outcome. There are many other frameworks available, use the best one to fit your topic.
Please review all steps before starting your review.
Systematic review questions usually follow a framework (e.g. PICO, SPIDER, Eclipse, COPES). These questions are specific and usually are comparative. Always evaluating quality. Usually going for a practice change. Your question will clearly define your search variables.
Are intranasal steroids or oral antihistamines better at controlling allergic rhinitis in adults?
Is meditation with peers or meditation with adults more effective in reducing incidence of bullying within K-12 students?
The questions are much more broad in context. They tend to answer questions of gaps in or mapping the existing literature. When developing a scoping review question you must clearly defined your variables.
How does hearing loss affect physical fitness or sport engagement?
What are the ethical considerations in online ethnographic research with military populations?