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Research ReachOut @ the Library 2020

4: Systematic Reviews

SESSION 4: Conducting a Systematic Review

A systematic review is an appraisal and synthesis of primary research papers using a rigorous and clearly documented methodology. This session will focus on conducting systematic reviews for Psychology, Counselling, Sport Science & Exercise Physiology, Chiropractic, Nursing, Indigenous Health, Forensic Science, Biomedicine or Veterinary Medicine. Participants are expected to come with a quantitative clinical question to work on during the webinar. 

Please download this Systematic Review Training Manual to accompany this session (you will need to sign in to access this document).

The Library also provides a valuable self-help Systematic Reviews - Research Guide to support you throughout your research journey at Murdoch University.

 

This webinar took place on Thursday, September 24th, 2020.

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