Synthesising Qualitative And Quantitative Health Evidence: A Guide To Methods: A Guide to Methods
McGraw-Hill Education (UK), Jul 1, 2007 - Medical - 224 pages
This book provides a comprehensive overview of the range of approaches and methods available for synthesising qualitative and quantitative evidence and a detailed explanation of why this is important.
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