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1. Citation: Dijkers, M., Bushnik, T., Heinemann, A., Heller, T., Libin, A., Starks, J., Sherer, M., & Vandergoot, D. (2012).  Systematic Reviews for informing rehabilitation practice: An introduction.  Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 93(5), 912-918.  doi:10.1016/j.apmr.2011.10.032
Title: Systematic reviews for informing rehabilitation practice: An introduction
Author(s): Dijkers, M. P.
Bushnik, T.
Heinemann, A. W.
Heller, T.
Libin, A. V.
Starks, J.
Sherer, M.
Vandergoot, D.
Year: 2012
Journal/Publication: Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
Abstract: This article provides a brief introduction to systematic reviews. More specifically, how systematic reviews are created, where they can be found, and an option on how to evaluate their quality and applicability. The primary audience for this paper is intended to be rehabilitation clinicians. The list of systematic review resources includes both databases that require a subscription and those that are without cost to their users. Finally limitations of systematic reviews are also addressed.

Type of Item: Review KT Strategies
Type of KT Strategy: Systematic Review Synthesis/Framework
Target Group: Healthcare Professional
Record Updated:2015-02-09

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