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Bethan Copsey, OCTRU Medical Statistician will give a talk on obstacles faced when carrying out a systematic review based on a case study looking at cognitive-behavioral interventions for the treatment of low back pain.


 - Presenting a brief summary of the findings of a systematic review as an example

 - Discussing potential difficulties in design, conduct and analysis

 - Offering possible solutions



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