Iranian Journal of Public Health 2018. 47(5):773-774.

A Framework for Conducting Meta-analysis Studies; Methodological Concerns and Recommendations
Aidin ARYANKHESAL, Meysam BEHZADIFAR, Nicola LUIGI BRAGAZZI, Ahmad GHASHGHAEE, Masoud BEHZADIFAR

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