This section should discuss the results of the review as well as any limitations of the sources included in the scoping review; it should not repeat the results of the review. Results should be discussed in the context of current literature, practice and policy. Scoping reviews are subject to the limitations of any review, relevant sources of information may be omitted and the review is dependent on information on the review question being available. In a scoping review no rating of the quality of evidence is provided, therefore implications for practice or policy cannot be graded.





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