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Systematic Reviews

Research Methods

TermDefinition
Systems computerized decision support systems
Summaries evidence-based clin prac guidelines; evidence-based textbooks
synopses of syntheses DARE; health-evidence.ca; evidence-based abstraction journals
syntheses systematic review
synopses of studies evidence-based abstraction journals
studies original articles published
gray literature unpublished studies, dissertations, theses, proceedings from meetings, abstracts
detection were all the same outcome measures used for all groups?
effect size a quantitative measure of the diff btwn the mean values of two or more different groups; calculated based on the Standardized Mean Difference btwn the two groups
relative risk (RR) a ratio of the risk of the outcome in the experimental (intervention) group relative to the risk of the outcome in the control group; <1: less likely to occur in experimental group; >1: more likely to occur in the exp group: =1: no diff btwn the 2 groups
Created by: MeganFultz2