The book provides an excellent overview of the general methods of systematic reviews and is a useful primer on the topic, particularly the chapter on diagnosis and the discussion concerning heterogeneity. The second part addresses question-specific methods. It has some exercises at the end of each chapter, but would benefit from the inclusion of worked examples.
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