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Systematic review


The personal active aging strategies of older adults in Europe: a systematic review of qualitative evidence

Klugar, Miloslav; Čáp, Juraj; Klugarová, Jitka; Marečková, Jana; Roberson, Donald N.; Kelnarová, Zuzana


The effectiveness of inpatient physical therapy compared to outpatient physical therapy in older adults after total hip replacement in the post-discharge period: a systematic review

Jitka Klugarova, Miloslav Klugar, Jana Mareckova, Jiri Gallo, Zuzana Kelnarova



What is systematic review?


Systematic reviews offer scientific evidence and are used for enhancing of validity and realiability of research results and help to eliminate errors – in terms of Evidence-Based Practice (EBP). It is a thorough systematic review with meta-analysis (in quantitative research) of meta-synthesis (in qualitative research).

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