Book 7: Synthesizing Economic Evidence
$19.99 Lippincott Williams & Wilkins / Joanna Briggs Institute
November 2011 

Authors: Dr Catalin Tufanaru and Woan-Shin Tan

Systematic reviews of economic evidence select, critique and synthesize data from multiple economic evaluation primary research studies on the economic aspects of healthcare. They can provide relevant evidence on efficiency, resulting in less biased, decision-maker oriented information, which may be more likely to convince decision makers compared with evidence from single studies. This book presents step by step methodological guidance for systematic reviews of economic evidence that are designed to inform healthcare decision making.

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