Systematic Reviews to Support Evidence-Based Medicine: How to review and apply findings of healthcare research
Taylor & Francis, Feb 17, 2003 - Medical - 148 pages
For many healthcare professionals there is a mystery surrounding systematic reviews of healthcare literature. How did they select certain studies and reject others? What did they do to pool results? How did a bunch of insignificant findings suddenly become significant? With this book you will embark on a journey that will provide the key information required to demystify these intrigues. By understanding the principles behind reviews of healthcare literature, you will be able to assess the credibility of the recommendations handed down to you in published reviews and practice guidelines.
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