Systematic Reviews and Meta-Analysis in the Medical Sciences
This editorial concept first gives a brief overview of the history of evidence synthesis, then explains the significance of reporting standards, lists the sequential steps involved in SRs and meta-analysis, and lists additional methodological concerns that researchers should take into consideration when conducting and presenting the results of their systematic review writing service. When teams of reviewers with the necessary competence apply the most significant scientific rigour to every step of the SR process, successful SRs are the outcome. As a result, SRs without foresight are unlikely to succeed. This blog’s goal was to critically analyze the 2019 paper by Johnson, B. T., & Hennessy, E. A. from the University of Connecticut’s Department of Psychological Sciences, titled “Systematic reviews and meta-analysis in the medical sciences: Best practice approaches for research syntheses.” The article attempted to ascertain the types, restrictions, and instruments of such standards and medical devices in graceful of the SR process’s presumptions, including meta-analysis, including the other SR processes.