Synthesizing descriptive evidence / Craig Lockwood, Sarahlouise White.

By: Lockwood, Craig, 1971- [author.]Contributor(s): White, Sarahlouise [author.] | Joanna Briggs InstituteMaterial type: TextTextSeries: [Synthesis science in healthcare]Publisher: Philadelphia, [Pennsylvania] : Wolters Kluwer Health/Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, [2012]Description: 1 online resource (56 pages)ISBN: 9781469813332; 1469813335Subject(s): Evidence-based medicine | Systematic reviews (Medical research) | Meta-analysisGenre/Form: UK eLD e-books DDC classification: 610.723 Online resources: Click here to access this book using your OpenAthens username & password (HSE East only). Other regions please contact your local library. Summary: Descriptive evidence is considered case reports, case-series reports, and cross sectional and surveillance studies. They are often the foundation of other forms of evidence and are used to help build the knowledge base in policy and practice. This book will teach you to assess critically appraised descriptive evidence for validity and applicability.
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Descriptive evidence is considered case reports, case-series reports, and cross sectional and surveillance studies. They are often the foundation of other forms of evidence and are used to help build the knowledge base in policy and practice. This book will teach you to assess critically appraised descriptive evidence for validity and applicability.

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