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Conducting a Systematic Review: An Overview - Class Materials and Information: Systematic Reviews class

Class Description

Have you ever considered conducting a systematic review? This overview class will present the process, some standards and tools for conducting a systematic review. This includes framing your question, developing your protocol and methodology including a thorough search strategy, and tools for managing your references and screening data. The role of the librarian in the process emphasized.

Objectives:

At the end of this session participants will:

•Define a systematic review
•Know the steps involved in conducting a systematic review
•Understand the importance of the search in the systematic review
•Identify resources and tools available for assistance in conducting the review
•Understand the potential role of the librarian in the systematic review process.

 

 

Collaborate with a Librarian

Collaborate with a Librarian

To discuss collaboration with a Librarian on your Systematic Review contact:

Marie Ascher (914) 594-4207
Deborah Crooke (914) 594-3168

 

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Note that this is not a class on how to conduct a literature review. If you need help with a literature review please book a consultation

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