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Health sciences literature review made easy : the matrix method / Judith Garrard, PhD, Professor Emerita, School of Public Health, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minnesota.

By: Garrard, Judith [author.]Material type: TextTextPublisher: Burlington, MA : Jones & Bartlett Learning, [2022]Edition: Sixth editionDescription: xiv, 210 pages : illustrations 23 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781284211290; 9781284211177Subject(s): Medical literature -- Research -- Methodology | Literature review | Matrix method (Indexing) | Medicine -- Abstracting and indexing | Information storage and retrieval systems -- MedicineDDC classification: 610.72 LOC classification: R118.6 | .G37 2022Online resources: Access this title via IHF Library OpenAthens Browns eBook Collection Summary: "The Matrix Method is one of many ways to approach a literature review. It was created by Judith Garrard when she was preparing NIH grants and is intended to teach students how to read a paper, organize the review using the Matrix Method, analyze it, and create a narrative synthesis. This method is particularly useful in the health sciences. Review is usually the initial step for a proposal for independent scientific study, often a Master's project or doctoral dissertation, and traditionally done under the guidance of faculty or a mentor. Though Judy's background is not in nursing, the adoptions are primarily in graduate nursing programs. The text is not intended as a resource for developing academic writing skills. It provides a system for organizing and conducting a literature review and develops research literacy skills"-- Provided by publisher.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

"The Matrix Method is one of many ways to approach a literature review. It was created by Judith Garrard when she was preparing NIH grants and is intended to teach students how to read a paper, organize the review using the Matrix Method, analyze it, and create a narrative synthesis. This method is particularly useful in the health sciences. Review is usually the initial step for a proposal for independent scientific study, often a Master's project or doctoral dissertation, and traditionally done under the guidance of faculty or a mentor. Though Judy's background is not in nursing, the adoptions are primarily in graduate nursing programs. The text is not intended as a resource for developing academic writing skills. It provides a system for organizing and conducting a literature review and develops research literacy skills"-- Provided by publisher.

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