Presentation of the results may map out the reviewed material in logical, diagrammatic or tabular form, and/or in a descriptive format that aligns specifically with the objective and scope of the review. The tables and charts may show results as: distribution of sources by year or period of publication (depends on each case), countries of origin, area of intervention (clinical, policy, educational, etc.), and research methods.

Figure 11.5: Flow diagram for the scoping review process adapted from the PRISMA statement by Moher and colleagues (2009)





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