Conducting systematic reviews of association (etiology): The Joanna Briggs Institute's approach

@article{Moola2015ConductingSR,
  title={Conducting systematic reviews of association (etiology): The Joanna Briggs Institute's approach},
  author={S. Moola and Z. Munn and K. Sears and R. Sfetcu and M. Currie and K. Lisy and C. Tufănaru and R. Qureshi and Patrick Mattis and Peifan Mu},
  journal={International Journal of Evidence-Based Healthcare},
  year={2015},
  volume={13},
  pages={163–169}
}
ABSTRACTThe systematic review of evidence is the research method which underpins the traditional approach to evidence-based healthcare. There is currently no uniform methodology for conducting a systematic review of association (etiology). This study outlines and describes the Joanna Briggs Institute's approach and guidance for synthesizing evidence related to association with a predominant focus on etiology and contributes to the emerging field of systematic review methodologies. It should be… Expand
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