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The following library resources can help you learn more about conducting research in the Allied Health fields.
How to Perform a Systematic Literature Review by
Publication Date: 2020-08-05
The systematic review is a rigorous method of collating and synthesizing evidence from multiple studies, producing a whole greater than the sum of parts. This textbook is an authoritative and accessible guide to an activity that is often found overwhelming. The authors steer readers on a logical, sequential path through the process, taking account of the different needs of researchers, students and practitioners.
Doing a Systematic Review by
Publication Date: 2017-11-23
Written in a friendly, accessible style by an expert team of authors with years of experience in both conducting and supervising systematic reviews, this is the perfect guide to using systematic review methodology in a research project.
Health Sciences Literature Review Made Easy the Matrix Method by
Publication Date: 2016-08-18
Health Sciences Literature Review Made Easy: The Matrix Method, Fifth Edition describes the practical and useful methods for reviewing scientific literature in the health sciences. The goal of this text is to serve as a resource for students who need a practical, step-by-step set of instructions for how to organize, conduct, and write a synthesis of literature on a topic of their choice.
Doing a Literature Review in Nursing, Health and Social Care by
Publication Date: 2017-02-23
How do I start my literature review? What sources can I go to for information? How do I analyse the work of others? This clear, practical book guides readers undertaking their own literature review through the process, giving them the skills and knowledge they need for success.