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

Nieky van Veggel

Published:  03/01/2018    in:  Book Review
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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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  1. Boland, A., Cherry, M.G. and Dickson, R. (Eds.) (2017) Doing a Systematic Review – a student’s guide (2nd edition), London: Sage. pp.275.
  2. 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
  3. 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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