Scoping reviews aim to identify and provide an overview of research on a particular topic. Arksey and O'Malley (2005) first outlined a methodological framework for conducting scoping reviews and specified four main purposes of a scoping review:
Munn et al. (2018) have since established an expanded definition and purpose of scoping reviews to include the following features:
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