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Knowledge Synthesis Guide
Synthesizing knowledge assures that research is transparent and reproducible, qualities that are necessary to assess bias and reduce duplicative research.
Parts of a systematic review include preliminary steps, data collection, managing data, selecting studies and reporting. Because this is too much content for one workshop, please let me know which aspects of each part should be emphasized in order for you to participate in this workshop by completing this pre-assessment. Thank you.