A Guide for Students and Staff (Thinking of) Doing Systematic Reviews

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2018-01-03

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https://doi.org/10.18849/ve.v3i1.161

Abstract

More and more students on a variety of higher education courses are taking on systematic reviews as part of their independent research, and it is becoming more common for research students to undertake a systematic review as part of their thesis or dissertation.


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Author Biography

Nieky van Veggel, School of Sport, Equine and Animal Science Writtle University College Lordship Road Chelmsford Essex CM1 3RR United Kingdom

Senior Lecturer in Bioveterinary Science

Course Manager Bioveterinary Science

References

Boland, A., Cherry, M.G. and Dickson, R. (Eds.) (2017) Doing a Systematic Review – a student’s guide (2nd edition), London: Sage. pp.275.

Pawson, R., Greenhalgh, T., Harvey, G., Walshe, K. (2005) Realist review - a new method of systematic review designed for complex policy interventions. Journal of Health Services Research & Policy. 10 (1_suppl), 21–34. http://dx.doi.org/10.1258/1355819054308530

Treagust, D., Harrison, A. (1999) The genesis of effective scientific explanations in the classroom. In J. Loughran, ed. Researching Teaching: Methodologies and practices for understanding pedagogy. Abingdon: Routledge, pp. 28–43.

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