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Doing a systematic review : a student's guide (Third edition)

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Completing a systematic review and unsure where to start or what path to take?

Set out on your journey confidently with this practical guide written by a team of experienced academics. With a friendly, accessible style, the book covers every step of the systematic review process, from planning to dissemination. This book will help you to: • Work with qualitative, quantitative and mixed methods data• Understand the how-to of systematic reviews with a range of real-life examples and case studies• Learn from students who have been in your shoes with FAQs taken from actual supervision meetings. This book will not only support you to overcome common challenges and pitfalls, it will give you the knowledge and skills to produce an excellent review and you might even enjoy the journey!Alongside updated examples and case studies, this edition also includes two new chapters to help you write and register your review protocol and understand and synthesise data from correlational and experimental studies. The book is accompanied by an online guide for teaching, including videos, example documents, further reading, software recommendations and weblinks.

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SAGE Publications Ltd
1529615267 / 9781529615265
Digital download and online
United Kingdom
1 online resource (312 pages) : illustrations (black and white)
Previous edition: 2017 Description based on CIP data; resource not viewed.