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Reviews provide a synthesis of published literature on a topic and describe its current state-of-art. Reviews in clinical research are thus useful when designing studies or developing practice guidelines. The two standard types of reviews are (a)…
Analysis of statistical data is an important part of any medical writer’s skill set, especially those professionals working in publication and regulatory areas. Under - standing the various study designs is key to a thorough understanding of study…
An Introduction to Systematic Reviews by David Gough, Sandy Oliver, and James Thomas; SAGE Publications Ltd, 2013. ISBN: 978-1-849-20181-0. 26.99 GBP. 304 pages.
Guidelines for manuscript writing: Here to help Although sometimes maligned, guidelines make manuscript writing easier and increase the chances of getting published. A good set of guidelines can be used as a checklist (many even include…
Meta-analysis is a statistical technique for summarising the results of multiple studies in a quantitative manner. It should not be confused with a systematic review, though in practice the two are often found together. The main pitfalls with…
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