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Rehab Research

Chapter 26- Synthesizing Bodies of Evidence

What are some of the reasons to synthesize research literature? collect evidence to guide practice, develop research proposals required for academic degrees, developing proposals required to apply for external research funding, identify research methods, identify experts in a given area, and identify funding sources
What are the ways to synthesize research literature? narrative reviews, systematic review without meta-analysis, and systematic reviews with meta-analysis
What three steps are needed before completing a systematic review? determine the purpose of the review, identify the literature, and select studies for inclusion
What steps are done to synthesize the literature? identify important characteristics of individual studies, determine the quality of the individual studies, identify impt constructs across studies, make descriptive comparisons across studies, pool statistical data across studies, and specify problems
Created by: amwilliamson