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Systematic reviews are the basis of any research project and therefore supporting materials as the Introduction to Systematic Reviews are highly recommended.
This is an excellent overview of systematic reviews of all kinds and is very helpful for showing students the ropes in preparing for their dissertations.
This textbook is a great tool for teaching students the fundamental principals and procedures involved in conducting a systematic review. It provides a helpful framework for understanding a methodology which is not used as often as other methodologies.
An easy guide for doing systematic reviews. Recommended for students as an introductory book.
This book explains the logic behind systematic reviews, which is useful when planning this methodology for master's research projects.
systematic review will be much easier with this book. The book give pin point step to create correct systematic review
Good guidance in this text for dissertation students
easy to understand and well detailed with examples
This book is informative and accessible. It is my recommended text for any nursing student wishing to understand more about systematic review and/or to attempt a qualitative or quantitative systematic review for their UG or PG dissertation.
This is an interesting, well written book and an excellent resource.
This is an excellent book for Masters and Doctoral students.
It is well structured and provides clear guidance through the process of completing a systematic review.
One of the best reference textbook in this domain.
This book is recommended for postgraduate students and is excellent handbook for researchers interesting in doing systematic reviews.
Mrs. Adalheidur Sigurdardottir, School of Health Sciences, University of Iceland.
This introduction to the world of systematic reviews is immensely accessible, readable and appropriate for my undergraduate students of health, in particular as they are not native English speakers. The book is full of practical applications and examples, with easy to follow diagrammes and flowcharts. I particularly like the boxed text that highlights myths; these have given me topical discussion points to use in class.
An excellent text for Doctoral and M level students. Have recommended it already and used it myself to support the development of a systematic review proposal.
good coverage of key principles, easy to follow and useful as an essential text for those planning to do a research review.
This book provides a useful step-by step guide for students undertaking a systematic review. It covers everything from the theoretical basis for the review, defining the search strategy interperting the results and how to move forward from the review in terms of engagement and dissemination. It will be a useful resource beyond their course.
A comprehensive textbook that is particularly useful for postgraduate students at the beginning of their doctoral journeys.
A much needed student focused introduction and practical guide to conducting systematic reviews
A geat introduction to systematic reviews for those students who may not have been involved in research.