Lippincott Williams & Wilkins / Joanna Briggs Institute
November 2011, Volume Number , p -
Authors: Craig Lockwood, Raluca Sfetcu and Dr Eui Geum Oh
The objective of a systematic review is to summarize the evidence on a specific clinical question using a transparent, a-priori protocol driven approach. This book provides an overview of the fundamental knowledge, principals and processes for the synthesis of quantitative data in reviews of the effectiveness of health care interventions. As such, it is designed for new reviewers, for students and as an introductory text for academics looking for a book on the fundamentals rather than advanced statistical processes.
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