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MDCH630 - Designing Medical Education Research

This guide is designed to assist you with literature reviews of all types related to medical education research. Approaches, both quantitative and qualitative, are discussed, with links to relevant resources and tools.

Definition

A systematic review is a comprehensive structured approach to knowledge synthesis in which transparent and rigorous procedures are applied to identify, select, critically appraise, and synthesize evidence on the effectiveness of a specific intervention, such as a medical procedure, program or diagnostic test.

Resources for Systematic Reviews