Utilisation of theoretical models and frameworks in the process of evidence synthesis.

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BACKGROUND A systematic review is a comprehensive enquiry or study of secondary data sources. There is a research question, an a priori articulation of methods and a set of procedures to focus the investigation. Despite these rigorous structures to guide the review, synthesising evidence is a challenging, resource intense and time consuming process. Large… (More)

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@article{Godfrey2010UtilisationOT, title={Utilisation of theoretical models and frameworks in the process of evidence synthesis.}, author={Christina M Godfrey and Margaret B. Harrison and Ian D. Graham and Amanda Ross-White}, journal={JBI library of systematic reviews}, year={2010}, volume={8 18}, pages={730-751} }