Essential Skills for Evidence-based Practice Understanding and Using Systematic Reviews

@inproceedings{Grace2010EssentialSF,
  title={Essential Skills for Evidence-based Practice Understanding and Using Systematic Reviews},
  author={Justin C. Grace},
  year={2010}
}
Jeanne Grace RN PhD Emeritus Clinical Professor of Nursing University of Rochester, Rochester, New York, USA Box SON, 601 Elmwood Avenue Rochester, NY, USA 14642 Abstract Systematic reviews are comprehensive reviews of quantitative research literature conducted according to explicitguidelines established in advance. The strengths of systematic reviews as sources of evidence for practice are the exhaustive nature of the literature search, the objective criteria for determining which research… CONTINUE READING

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