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Nursing - Systematic Reviews: Start

Nursing: systematic reviews

A systematic review involves the identification, selection, appraisal and synthesis of the best available evidence for clinical decision making (Encyclopedia of Nursing Research). Searching for articles in a systematic review (SR) is a different process than developing a literature review or case study. This guide aims to help you become familiar with this type of study design for an SR assignment or for utilizing this level of evidence.

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Matthew Quilitzsch

Subjects: Nursing