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Dissemination of Disability Research

Systematic Reviews

A systematic review is a review of all available related research studies that are focused on a single question/area. Through a systematic review process you can identify, appraise, select and synthesize all high quality research evidence relevant to that question. Systematic reviews are generally regarded as the highest level of determining evidence that can be used to establish what is called evidence-based practices or approaches. An understanding of systematic reviews and how to implement their results is becoming mandatory for many professional groups. Increased access to evidence-based information determined through systematic reviews can benefit consumers with disabilities and their families, service providers, policymakers, and others.

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Project Number: H133A060028
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