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How To Do A Systematic Literature Review in Nursing and Healthcare

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How To Do A Systematic Literature Review in Nursing and Healthcare

Niall McCrae, Edward Purssell

ISBN: 978-1-119-48568-1 September 2019 Wiley-Blackwell 176 Pages

Description

How To Do A Systematic Literature Review in Nursing and Healthcare offers an authoritative introduction to evidence-based practice and critical appraisal of literature in one user-friendly volume. This thorough yet accessible book covers both the fundamentals and advanced techniques of systematic review, presenting step-by-step instruction on the review process, from screening research results and assessing the quality of studies to reviewing quantitative and qualitative studies.

  • Leads readers on a logical, sequential path through the entire review process, highlighting the common errors associated with systematic review
  • Grounded in recognised methods such as those published by the Cochrane Collaboration and Joanna Briggs Institute
  • Demonstrates how to use online resources such as PubMed, Google Scholar and Medline for a systematic literature review
  • Helps readers understand the meaning, implications and use of systematic review in practical settings, using graphs and tables to explore concepts

How To Do A Systematic Literature Review in Nursing and Healthcare is a must-have guide for medical and nursing students, teachers and practitioners.

Preface

Acknowledgements

Glossary

1. A History of the Systematic Review

2. The Aim and Scope of a Systematic Review: A Logical Approach

3. Searching For Literature

4. Screening Search Results: A 1-2-3 Approach

5. Critical Appraisal: Assessing the Quality of Studies

6. Meta-Analysis: Reviewing Quantitative Studies

7. Metasynthesis: Reviewing Qualitative Studies

8. Mixed-Method Synthesis

9. Meaning and Implications

10. Making an Impact

Appendix

Index