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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.

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

Systematic Review Class Recording

This webinar was originally recorded on Monday, November 5th, 2018 at 12PM EST as part of the Touro Faculty Research Series.

Instructor

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Caroline McKinley
Contact:
914 594-3176
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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

Caroline McKinley

(914) 594-3176

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