Doing a Systematic Review
A Student's Guide
- Angela Boland - University of Liverpool, UK
- Gemma Cherry - Dublin City University, Ireland
- Rumona Dickson - University of Liverpool, UK
- How do I formulate an appropriate review question?
- What’s the best way to manage my review?
- How do I develop my search strategy?
- How do I get started with data extraction?
- How do I assess the quality of a study?
- How can I analyse and synthesize my data?
- How should I write up the discussion and conclusion sections of my dissertation or thesis?
"Placing myself in the capable hands of this trusted guide allows me to draw on practical tips and concise explanations without the nagging fear that I've missed something. If you want to travel light, unencumbered by unnecessary baggage, making steady progress to successfully complete your very own systematic review journey then climb on board!"
Insightful, pragmatic and student-centred. This user-friendly guide will help students build confidence and skills while maintaining enthusiasm through their whole research journey.
It’s like having the map to finding a buried treasure!
This book offers a blueprint for successfully and easily conducting a systematic review. The authors present the material in a clear, relatable and comprehensible manner enabling even the novice student to navigate the sometimes murky waters of the review process. This book is a MUST in the arsenal of every masters and doctoral student conducting systematic reviews, and will likely be pulled from the bookshelf time and time again.
Absolutely fabulous - comprehensive guidance for anyone either doing or wishing to support support students with SLR.
This book is well aimed at the MSc level student undertaking a systematic review.
The book is well divided into appropriate chapters, guiding the student through each important section before moving on to the next section.
The technical terms are well expressed in language that the student can understand.
After each section there are some examples of frequently asked questions which are really useful.
I would definitely have this book on the desirable reading list for the projects module as a useful resource to help guide the students.
This is a must for students and researchers new to sistematic reviews. Writen in a very clear and accesible way. The road map is especially interesting.
Useful step by step guide for students doing a dissertation by systematic review. Tone of the chapters is encouraging so students feel that this is a task within their grasp. The book does not assume prior knowledge, rather it explains terms in plain english
I really like how this book takes students step by step, in easy to understand language. Loved the Roadmap at the front!
Beautifully written, very clear to follow. One of the best textbooks I have ever adopted.
Very helpful for MA Education students undertaking primary research