Researchers trying to assess the methodological quality of qualitative research face a bewildering choice from over 100 available tools and checklists. When Professor Booth worked with colleagues [...]
For many clinical conditions there may be more than two competing interventions. In a systematic review, network meta-analysis is a statistical option for comparing three or more interventions by [...]
The mission of Evidence Synthesis Ireland (ESI) is to make evidence syntheses more usable in every sense of the word – better designed, conducted and reported, more useable for decision makers and more usable within health care policy and clinical practice decision making across the island of Ireland and beyond.
Our popular 'Introduction to #SystematicReviews' is back online in September.
The workshop offers an insight into the development of a protocol:
➡️#searching methods ...➡️data extraction
Evidence Synthesis Ireland
Áras Moyola, NUI Galway, University Road, Galway, Ireland
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