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Research Guides: Evidence-Based Medicine: Study Design

A quantitative method of combining the results of independent studies, which are drawn from the published literature, and synthesizing summaries and conclusions. A review which endeavors to consider all published and unpublished material on a specific question. Studies that are judged methodologically sound are then combined quantitatively or qualitatively depending on their similarity.

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Health Library: Evidence-Based Practice: 5 steps of Evidence Based Practice - Overview

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