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Twelve tips for undertaking a systematic review

Author(s)Scott Reeves and Ivan Koppel and Hugh Barr and Della Freeth and Marilyn Hammick
DetailsArticle: 2002
AbstractThe need to underpin health and education with a firm evidence base is of increasing significance. Systematic review offers an effective approach to critically assessing research in order to understand its overall impact on practice. Based on 5 years' experience undertaking systematic reviews of interprofessional education, this paper offers guidance for researchers and practitioners about to embark upon systematic review work.
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TopicsMedicine, Methodology, Secondary Study

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