Conducting a Systematic Literature Review and Meta-Analysis
In this webinar, Dr. Alan Hawkins, Ph.D., and Jennifer Jay, M.MFT, LCMFT, discuss methodology for conducting a systematic literature review and subsequent meta-analysis. The Preferred Reporting Items for Systematic Reviews and Meta-Analyses (PRISMA) is used as a guide for conducting a systematic literature review and meta-analysis. The presentation wraps up with specific examples of meta-analyses conducted by Dr. Hawkins.
Want to learn more about this webinar? Presenter Alan Hawkins gives a short preview in the video below:
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