In the Medical Library there are a large number of books about medical statistics. Use iDiscover (link opens in new window) to find these books and search for medical statistics. These are some which are available online with a Raven account, click on the link to access the iDiscover (link opens in new window) record.
iDiscover link to Medical Statistics from A to Z (link opens in new window)
iDiscover link to Medical Statistics from Scratch (link opens in new window)
If you are carrying out a statistical analysis as part of your systematic review you may find the following resources helpful.
The National Collaborating Centre for Methods and Tools have a number of videos available on their YouTube channel. They have produced a video titled Forest Plots – Understanding a meta-analysis in 5 minutes or less
The Statistics Clinic offers 'free statistical consulting services to all members of the broader research community within the University of Cambridge (and its affiliated institutes and hospitals). Eligible university members, including, but not limited to, faculty members, staff, postdocs and graduate students, are all welcome to use our service for advice at any stage of their research and data analysis.'
There is further information available on their website (link opens in new window), including details of their timetable of sessions (link opens in new window).