PRISMA is a minimum set of terms to be used when reporting the conduct of a systematic review (SR). It has recently been revised to reflect changes in systematic review practices and technology.
More information - The PRISMA 2020 statement: an updated guideline for reporting systematic reviews. BMJ 2021.
PRISMA is endorsed by many organisations and leading medical journals. Following it's recommendations:
Being aware of reporting recommendations when starting a SR allows prospective authors to make optimal use of their efforts and produce the best possible review.
PRISMA is available in a number of translations.