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ISBN: 9780702082047
Page Count: 224
Imprint: Elsevier
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Literature Review and Research in Healthcare, E-Book

by Amanda Lee and Colin Rees, BSc(Econ), MSc(Econ), PGCE(FE)

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Page Count: 224
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  • Section 1

    So – you’ve got this far – but what really is this ‘Evidence Based Practice’ and why do you have to do a literature review?

      1. Why are we having to do a ‘literature review’ what does it actually mean for patient care?

      1. Reading a paper
      2. Understanding the main differences – qualitative and quantitative research plus mixed methods
      3. Collecting data - notes on sampling – data analytics– presenting findings
      4. The idiots guide to systematic literature review – trust your own intelligence
      5. How to train your trainer – getting the best from academic supervision

    Section 2

    Now let’s get started – your METHODOLOGY

    2.1 What’s in a systematic review?

    2.2 Developing your question – Spiders, PICOs and all that jazz

    2.3 Systematically searching your databases and that ‘grey literature’

    2.4 Using flow diagrams to show your progress

    Section 3

    Now you’ve got your data – what to do next

    3.1 Data Extraction – putting it all together in a matrix

    3.2 Quality appraisal (testing the validity of your data)

    3.3 Collating the results – using a matrix

    3.4 Presenting your results – themes and overviews – what’s in it for clinical practice?

    3.5 Concluding and summarizing – making recommendations

    Section 4

    4.1 Avoiding the common pitfalls

    4.2 Procrastination techniques for experts

    4.3 Checklists for easy reference

    4.4 Mnemonics – Quick and easy ways to remember your subjects

    4.5 Resources for more information

  • Amanda Lee and Colin Rees, BSc(Econ), MSc(Econ), PGCE(FE), Lecturer, University of Wales College of Medicine, School of Nursing and Midwifery Studies, Cardiff, Wales
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