intervention review

in·ter·ven·tion re·view

(in'tĕr-ven'shŭn rĕ-vyū')
An ongoing process of reevaluating and reviewing an intervention plan, its efficacy, and progress made toward targeted outcomes.
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Cochrane would like to make Journal of the Medical Library Association readers aware that those learning modules have been discontinued, and, in September 2017, Cochrane launched Cochrane Interactive Learning, a new, contemporary, and fully updated set of nine learning modules on conducting an intervention review.
Informative sessions on this agenda will shed light on new programmes, and provide guidance from Graham Allen MP following his Early Intervention Review. Drawing on key themes throughout, this timely event will cover:
Additionally, 10 previously conducted mathematics intervention review articles were searched (Kunsch, Jitendra, & Sood, 2007; Maccini, Mulcahy, & Wilson, 2007; Mastropieri, Bakken, & Scruggs, 1991; Mastropieri, Scruggs, & Shiah, 1991; Mooney, Ryan, Uhing, Reid, & Epstein, 2005; Pereira & Win-ton, 1991; Rivera, 1997; Robinson, Schofield, & Steers-Wentzall, 2005; Ryan, Reid, & Esptein, 2004; Spencer, 2006).
However, the risk which HMRC has identified during the intervention review will still exist, and it might decide to follow it up formally at a later stage."
Cochrane Overviews use different methods from Cochrane Intervention reviews; they summarize existing Intervention reviews rather than original studies.
(2009) proposed requiring researchers to describe the theoretical or conceptual framework for the intervention reviewed (see also Browder et al., 2009).
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