PRISMA provides a list of items to consider when reporting results.
Presenting results (writing the report)
It is essential that your review is presented clearly, and in accordance with current best practice. For general guidance see the Equator network site here.
The PRISMA statement and this related article by Liberati et al. (2009) provides very clear guidance on reporting of systematic reviews, including a flow chart of studies included, and there is useful advice on reporting meta-analysis of observational studies (MOOSE) at JAMA, 2000 PMID: 10789670.
For general guidance on scientific writing click here
For a very useful guide on how to write a systematic review by Alex Pollock and Eivind Berge (2017) click here
For examples of published systematic reviews and meta-analyses by researchers from UJ click here.