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Doing a Systematic Review: A Student′s Guide

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There were dark times when i got stuck and felt like giving up, but a quick look at this book usually got me back on track. Gemma Cherry is a Lecturer in Clinical Health Psychology at the University of Liverpool and an honorary clinical psychologist (oncology) at Royal Liverpool University Hospital. This is not intended to be a full statement of all your rights under the Distance Selling Regulations. You can change your choices at any time by visiting Cookie preferences, as described in the Cookie notice.

Although I would recommend reading this text from start to finish, it can also be used as a reference to guide students through each step of the process.It takes you through each stage of the systematic review process in chapters, and with different authors writing the material, it always comes across as "fresh" if that makes sense. There are plenty of helpful examples and it is so readable and does not bore the pants off you (well, as much as a book on SR can do! So far I have only written my systematic review protocol, so I've only needed the first couple of chapters, but I'll definitely be using this book to guide me through the whole process! I was lucky to have a fantastic supervisor, but because i work full time I was often working on my SR at night and at the weekends and this book was like having a supervisor sat on your desk with you at those times.

If you are a Masters or a PhD student conducting a systematic review for your dissertation or thesis, then this is the book for you! The lectures provided on the topic by my University were fantastic, but I still felt daunted by the process when it was time to go it alone.

Like a team of supervisors in your pocket, this book will provide you with the tips and tools for a successful dissertation. Chapters align with the steps in the process and address each component of the review with clarity and multiple examples.

It's an easy-to-read, confidence-giving book which I've read most of ( bad grammar there lol but I mean up to where I'm 'at' with my systematic review) and have referred back to when I've reached the "OMG! I knew the basics of "how to" but wanted something a bit deeper as a reference guide -- and this book has really fitted the bill. This is an excellent book, ideally targeted at those undertaking systematic reviews for a Master’s thesis, but also hugely useful for PhD students.

Please include what you were doing when this page came up and the Cloudflare Ray ID found at the bottom of this page. A very useful addition to the literature and one which I will be recommending to colleagues and students. With a friendly, accessible style, the book covers every step of the systematic review process, from planning to dissemination. The sale of customised goods or perishable goods, sealed audio or video recordings, or software, which has been opened.

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