Meta-analysis is a statistical method for combining numeric evidence from experimental (and sometimes quasi-experimental studies) to produce a weighted average effect size.



  • What is meta-analysis? - An overview on the benefits and processes involved in meta -analysis from a public health standpoint.
  • What is meta-analysis? - This is self guided professional development learning module from the Cochrane Collaboration online learning material.


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